Meetings

Meetings – a pain in the schedule

  Have you ever bumped things in your calendar to accommodate a meeting only to have that meeting cancelled or rescheduled? This happens all of the time.  People create a block of time on their calendars in order to attend a meeting.  To create this time, some things...

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Meeting Time runs out

Have you ever had a problem covering all the agenda topics in sufficient detail and resolution within the time period of the meeting? In spite of best efforts and good intentions, many meetings get bogged down on certain agenda items and some important topics may be...

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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...

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Meeting Time Conflicts? – LORROS can help

How many times have you had meetings scheduled at times that conflict with other important items on your calendar? When it does happen, you are forced to make a choice between attending the meeting or fulfilling the other commitment. If you choose not to attend the...

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Meetings Don’t Lead to Anything

“When there is ambiguity about next steps or who should take them, nothing gets done. If an item requiring action was not clearly stated as a task and given an owner, no one is going to do it. If it’s seen as something that’s optional, no one is going to do it. Period.”

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