Meetings

Web Meetings/Conference Calls are Great … But

Web meetings/conference calls are an essential and important tool for many non-profit and condominium board meetings … but The data above demonstrates that 21 minutes of every meeting is used (wasted) before the meeting even starts. The problem is that there is...

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Decisions are one thing, actions are another

  LORROS actions can be recorded and assigned during a meeting. Updates are submitted by the assigned party and these can be tracked and commented on by all participants. The target completion date is also recorded. A list of all open actions can be found on the group...

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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...

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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.”

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Meetings Are a Cycle, Not an Event

“A meeting is not only what happens once you’re all gathered in the same room. Each meeting goes through a complete cycle, beginning with preparation, moving to execution of the agenda, and ending with follow-through. Without proper attention paid to each element, the structure fails.”

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Key People Not Able to Make Your Meeting?

Not usually a problem with LORROS.  LORROS online meetings are usually scheduled for longer periods of time (eg. a few days).  This significantly increases the opportunity for all members to find a place or places in their busy schedules to participate in the...

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