Views: 13 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-06-19 Origin: Site
There is a fine line between having productive weekly staff meetings and having ones with no purpose—or worse, an unresponsive team.
To get the most out of your weekly meetings, follow these essential tips:
Schedule weekly meetings for the end of the week. Friday is a great time to review what happened during the week and discuss any concerns people may have. Also, consider having them in the early morning before everyone head to their job sites.
Keep it short. You and your employees are busy. Your team wants to start working and arrive on time to their next service site – try to keep your weekly meetings timely and with purpose.
Set an agenda before the meeting. Prepare an outline of points you want to cover in the meeting. Not only does this help you get organized, but it also prepares your employees for the scope of the discussion. Make sure you incorporate a question and answer time.
Celebrate the end of the week with treats. Since most weekly meetings happen in the morning—especially during the busy season—celebrate your employees’ hard work and dedication to your company with treats—or even better, a light breakfast.