Nov 23, 2017
Pilar talks to Elise Keith, co-founder of Lucid Meetings. We talk about why â€œtraining how to run meetingsâ€ often fails and why you should take a holistic approach when trying to improve meetings in your organisation.
Pilar mentions the new course on Leading Remote Teams, which will run from 12 â€“ 23 February 2018. More information here: https://virtualnotdistant.squarespace.com/open-workshops/
In this episode, Pilar talks to Elise Keith, co-founder of Lucid Meetings, a company providing a software product to help meeting leaders prepare and run their meetings, as well as offering consultancy/training on improving meetings in organisations.
What does â€œscaling effective meeting habitsâ€ in an organisation refer to?
Understanding what the purpose of each meeting is, what are you trying to achieve?
There are lots of different types of meetings!
Should we stop calling â€œmeetingsâ€ meetings? Specially in the online space.
â€œThe perverse psychology of meetingsâ€. When someone has a problem with a meeting, they rarely have a problem with a meeting.
Why learning to run a meeting doesnâ€™t mean youâ€™ve learned how to guide a conversation.
How and why Lucid Meetings was founded.
We need a shift in perspective not â€œtraining on running meetingsâ€.
How Lucid Meetingsâ€™ is evolving, from helping them run better meetings, to helping then have better conversations. How the templates in the software support this.
The software as the â€œbad guyâ€.
The Effective Meetings Results Programme â€“ a more holistic
approach to improving meetings in organisations and why our
approach to meetings NEEDS to be holistic.
Eliseâ€™s favourite meetings.
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