The Productivityist Podcast: Meetings and Momentum with Mamie Kanfer Stewart

The Productivityist Podcast: Meetings and Momentum with Mamie Kanfer Stewart

On this episode, host Mike Vardy and Meeteor CEO Mamie Kanfer Stewart talk about meeting strategies and pitfalls to avoid, such as how to avoid back-to-back meetings, going into a meeting with not enough information, dealing with late meetings attendees, and whether or not status meetings are useful when done right (or useless no matter what). If you want to get more out of your meetings – whether you love them or don't – then this episode is for you.

15Five: How To Foster A Thriving Team Via Better Meetings: An Interview With Mamie Kanfer Stewart

15Five: How To Foster A Thriving Team Via Better Meetings: An Interview With Mamie Kanfer Stewart

Meetings are tricky things. Many people hate them, because they are considered boring or a waste of time. When done poorly, they can dissolve productivity and cost your company significantly. When they are done right, they can align the entire team around key objectives. Better meetings can facilitate innovation and improve your organizational culture. But what does “done right” look like? How can the learnings from effective team meetings translate into action?

To answer these questions, I recently caught up with Mamie Kanfer Stewart, Founder and CEO of Meeteor. Below, Mamie discusses how to conduct better meetings and seamlessly integrate them with the rest of your workflow. She also shares her plan for helping individual employees thrive so that the team and entire company can succeed.

PC Mag Review: Meeteor

PC Mag Review: Meeteor

Too often we don't fully exploit the potential of our day-to-day business meetings, so it becomes easy to feel like they're wasting our time. When nobody's sure of a meeting's purpose, its goals and expected outcomes, or what decisions really need to be made, collaboration becomes difficult. People wind up spending an hour talking about a grand plan, after which nothing actually happens. Meeteor, which starts at $9 per user per month, aims to help with that problem.

RocketShip FM: Productivity Series Episode 5: Meetings Suck

RocketShip FM: Productivity Series Episode 5: Meetings Suck

In the final episode of this productivity series we take a deep dive into how to prepare for and run better meetings, and some tricks to make sure that what is discussed at a meeting actually gets done. We'll hear from Mamie Kanfer Stewart of Meeteor, Charlie O'Donnell of Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, Cameron Herold the author of Meetings Suck and Brian Scudamore of 1-800-GOT-JUNK.

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Rocketship FM Expert Interview: Better Meetings with Mamie Kanfer Stewart

Rocketship FM Expert Interview: Better Meetings with Mamie Kanfer Stewart

"Meetings are the single biggest productivity problem in business today."

Mamie Kanfer Stewart, founder of Meeteor, talks with us about how to do meetings better. It's not just about being productive, but about getting higher quality work done as a result of that meeting. We all spend hours a week in meetings, and there are some great takeaways in this episode to help us all be a little more productive.

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We Are Weapons 008 - Mamie Kanfer Stewart

We Are Weapons 008 - Mamie Kanfer Stewart

In this new audio series by Go Media, we sit down and talk with the contributors, sponsors, and attendees of WMC7 to find out more about them and why they are Weapons of Mass Creation. This week, we sit down with WMC7 Workshop Leader Mamie Kanfer Stewart, Founder & CEO of Meeteor, to discuss meetings, creativity and more.

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From Pivot to Pricing: How Meeteor Was Created To Help People Hold Productive Meetings

From Pivot to Pricing: How Meeteor Was Created To Help People Hold Productive Meetings

Mamie Kanfer Stewart, Founder of startup Meeteor, shares her pivot story, discusses first hires, talks features, customers, pricing, product cycle, customer feedback, and shares her most important Lean Startup takeaways. Meeteor's web and mobile apps help you spend less time in unproductive meetings and more time moving work forward.

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