This best practice is a solution to the following symptoms
passive and uninspiring meetings
discussions that do not involve the entire team
lack of decision making
lack of follow-up on meetings
Specific ingredients of this practice
detailed preparation schedule
derailed meeting schedule
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What steps to take for the practice
This procedure assumes a weekly meeting with a team with different responsibilities. The procedure starts right after sending out the meeting minutes of the last meeting. Preferably this is done at the end of the working day on which the meeting was held. The meeting minutes template will provide for an easy and quick way to draft these minutes.
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High-energy meetings with active team members. After two of these meetings you will see people actively close their laptop before the meeting, of not even bringing laptops to the meeting at all.
Possible side-affects of this best practice:
Prepared attendants (quality decision making)
Activated attendants (leaving the meeting all hyped up)
Attendants feel respected for the time and energy they invest in the meeting
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