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How Mariah Hay, Chief Experience Officer at Help Scout, runs a cross-functional meeting to improve customer experience
The most common reason to have a meeting is to discuss something face to face. It could be a new idea, a new opportunity, a problem, to brainstorm something, reach a decision about something or any number of things. But it all comes down to discussion and face to face interaction.
A meeting agenda helps you and your colleagues prepare for a meeting and guide yourselves through the items you need to discuss. Time spent in planning an agenda will likely save time for all meeting participants by providing a clear set of topics, objectives, and time frames.
Generally, include these meeting agenda items:
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It depends on your meeting of course! But these items usually make for a good recurring meeting.
With multiplayer agendas and inclusive meeting tools, Range keeps everyone engaged and on track so you can move work forward, faster.
Create agenda items from email or Slack. Add, remove, and re-order topics as a team — before the meeting and in real time.
Keep things moving. Give each topic an owner and time limit to keep the meeting on track.
Get everyone engaged. Use the spinner to help all team members participate.
Share meeting notes after the meeting is over.
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