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Bad Meetings Waste Time.
Bad meetings waste time. They often feel like a distraction from real work and are typically the result of poor planning, poor execution, or both. Thankfully, two women have dedicated their careers to improving meetings and have written this book to enable you to implement practices that will make meetings propel your work forward.
Mamie Kanfer Stewart and Tai Tsao are colleagues at Meeteor, a company focused on making meetings more productive and meaningful. In Momentum, they combine their years of experience to provide a blueprint for success, including actionable tips you can immediately implement with your team. You’ll discover:
- How poor meeting practices are sabotaging your success
Alternatives to holding a meeting
How to design and prepare for a productive meeting
How to keep the conversation on track
How to take effective notes and manage follow-up actions
How to implement meeting best practices with your team
It’s time to put an end to wasteful, energy-draining meetings. Momentum offers a way to make meetings more engaging, fruitful, and enjoyable for everyone on your team.
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Help promote Momentum so more people can benefit from productive meetings.
When more people walk out of a meeting feeling their time was well spent and clear about next steps, everyone benefits! Join the movement for better meetings!
About the Authors
Mamie Kanfer Stewart learned about organizational culture and management from her family business—GOJO Industries, inventors of PURELLⓇ Hand Sanitizer—before launching Meeteor. Her company builds organizational culture in which people thrive. She holds degrees from New York University Stern School of Business and Kansas City Art Institute.
Tai Tsao is Meeteor’s change management and customer success lead. She has worked with a diverse array of organizations in areas of organization development. Tai is driven to help individuals, teams, and organizations transform the way they work. A native of Taiwan, she holds a master’s degree in social-organizational psychology from Columbia University.