Effective business meetings are more than just a calendar event. They help build context, generate great ideas and feedback and get us to decisions that we all move forward behind.
A good review meeting coordinator makes sure that each of the following is true. Ahead of the meeting, a clear objective has been defined and people come into the meeting fully prepped. During the meeting, good notes are taken and decisions made have been documented. After the meeting, meeting notes are circulated to all stakeholders, including both folks in the meeting and folks that need to be informed of the decision.
This doc helps your team run meetings better and to top it off, automates the small but critical communication so you can focus on the interesting stuff.
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