Everyone loves a good meeting filled with sunflowers, rainbows, dairy products that never spoil, and dental floss that doesn’t jam in your teeth. There’s nothing better than a meeting that’s full of dialogue, proactive thinking, and productive endeavors. This is why you use Zoom. We don't get in the way of your productive meetings.
There’s another side to this, though. At some point in your life, you will participate in a meeting so dull, you’ll feel like you're watching paint dry. It’s one thing to attend a meeting like this, but hosting
such a meeting can be a major drag on your self-image.
You want to have meetings that encourage participation and develop actionable plans. We’ve already spoken about how to engage your participants
and keep your meeting from becoming a snore-fest. But there’s more to this than simply creating a snappy environment. You also have to know when it’s appropriate to shrink down or push out the meeting. To do this, you have to first ask yourself some questions: