Explaining the Why Part II: The Key to Scheduling Meetings

Being a leader means blocking off time with your team for strategy meetings. But what is the right strategy for these strategy meetings?

You must create space in your meeting schedule to “find the gold,” and that means taking an extra 30 minutes on the back end of the meeting to just talk.

In this video, I explain how my set meeting rhythm works for me and why you should always avoid back-to-back meetings.

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