Staff, 1:1s, retros, scrum, and more.
Unblock and support your direct reports; identify opportunities for development and growth.
Get a better perspective on how things are going by meeting with non-direct reports.
Questions that Lara Hogan asks during a first 1:1 with a new report.
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:
Start a team meeting for free in Range.
It depends on your meeting of course! But these items usually make for a good recurring meeting.