So Why Have Meetings?

“Good meetings save time in the long run because everyone is working on the same page together, rather than separately while trying to stay informed about what everyone else is doing.”

read more

Unnecessary Confusion

“When it comes to sharing information after a meeting, someone needs to type up the decisions and next steps and communicate them. If this doesn’t happen, all those in attendance have their own records of the meeting, which may have different versions of what was agreed to.”

read more

The Long and Short of Meeting Agendas

photo credit: Nick Youngson There is much debate about how many items should be included in a meeting agenda and, as you might suspect, there is no one clear answer. It all depends. It depends on, among other things, the type of group, the nature of the items on the...

read more

Have you ever had sober second thoughts?

Many of us have attended meetings and said things which, upon later reflection, we wish we had not said or wish we had said differently.  But once the moment has passed, it is hard to come back to the topic.  In Lorros, you do have the opportunity to qualify...

read more

A case for improved meetings

    I recently read an article by Don Keelan for the Bennington Banner titled “A case for improved meetings” and he touched on many of the frustrations that led to the development of LORROS. “I found many meetings to be boring and not too productive” - Don Keelan...

read more