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Meetings Should End With Next Actions

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Meetings Should End With Next Actions
Meetings Should End With Next Actions

After a few years studying the way creative teams work and developing excellent productivity and organizational solutions, Behance have a few tips regarding meetings.

Meetings that end without action steps are a waste of our time. When our Action Pads contain no action steps after a meeting, we realize that the meeting should have been a voice-mail or email. The lesson: Only call a meeting when you suspect that actions will come out of it.

Do you find any reason to hold meetings that don’t result in a list of actions?

Tip: Our Action Addiction – [Behance]

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