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Work Tips from Genesis 33 1. Glorify God and esteem Him for all the people and things with which He has blessed me 2. Consider others with the goals I pursue and the pace with which I pursue them 3. Keep in my mind always the end goal to arrive safely in the place God has intended for me as well as those with whom He has entrusted me with. 4. Along the journey, have a giving heart and esteem others above myself. Follow up to prevent a dreaded meeting outcome Avoid the worst: Holding a meeting to ensure a previous meeting met its purpose! You planned the meeting well. You had all the right people there. You controlled it with the precision of a brain surgeon. So that’s that, right? Not quite. Now comes the time to focus on what to do after the meeting ends. Taking on more work after a meeting might seem to betray the goal of unlocking more time to focus on the right projects. But in the long run, good meeting follow-through will save time for everyone involved. A recap supports good outcomes — and prevents redundancy Many people will agree this is one of the worst meeting outcomes: scheduling a meeting-after-the-meeting to ensure the original meeting served its purpose. Good planning and follow-up can make this a thing of the past. Some meetings are succinct enough to be self-contained, but most benefit from a recap to ensure everyone is on the same page. Here are just a few of the reasons for a written recap:
  • In meetings with virtual participants, it can be hard for everyone to hear everything.
  • If the host or note-taker can’t verbally recap the meeting at the end, a written recap makes sure everyone took away the same conclusions.
  • A recap for meetings with multiple action items creates an extra layer of accountability.
  • If someone doesn’t need to be in a meeting but does need to know the outcome, a recap or summary can reduce the number of meeting attendees.
​​​​​​​ If the meeting generates actions, be clear on what they are and who needs to carry them out. And make sure to send out a recap within 48 hours so items are fresh in everyone’s mind. Recap structure matters Following a standard format will help readers quickly identify the main points and know what’s expected.
  • Start the subject line with the word RECAP to make it identifiable.
  • Structure the recap in sections: decision, actions, key takeaways and additional information.
  • Bold or “@” the names of people with action items so they can easily spot their name.
  • List major conclusions and lessons learned.
  • Provide links to recordings and presentations.
​​​​​​​ Gather feedback How did your meeting go? Feedback is important, and there are various methods to seek it. Use polling tools to solicit feedback or follow up with a few participants to gauge their opinions. For larger meetings, plan to save a few minutes at the end for live feedback.
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Work Tips from Genesis 33 1. Glorify God and esteem Him for all the people and things with which He has blessed me 2. Consider others with the goals I pursue and the pace with which I pursue them 3. Keep in my mind always the end goal to arrive safely in the place God has intended for me as well as those with whom He has entrusted me with. 4. Along the journey, have a giving heart and esteem others above myself. Follow up to prevent a dreaded meeting outcome Avoid the worst: Holding a meeting to ensure a previous meeting met its purpose! You planned the meeting well. You had all the right people there. You controlled it with the precision of a brain surgeon. So that’s that, right? Not quite. Now comes the time to focus on what to do after the meeting ends. Taking on more work after a meeting might seem to betray the goal of unlocking more time to focus on the right projects. But in the long run, good meeting follow-through will save time for everyone involved. A recap supports good outcomes — and prevents redundancy Many people will agree this is one of the worst meeting outcomes: scheduling a meeting-after-the-meeting to ensure the original meeting served its purpose. Good planning and follow-up can make this a thing of the past. Some meetings are succinct enough to be self-contained, but most benefit from a recap to ensure everyone is on the same page. Here are just a few of the reasons for a written recap:
  • In meetings with virtual participants, it can be hard for everyone to hear everything.
  • If the host or note-taker can’t verbally recap the meeting at the end, a written recap makes sure everyone took away the same conclusions.
  • A recap for meetings with multiple action items creates an extra layer of accountability.
  • If someone doesn’t need to be in a meeting but does need to know the outcome, a recap or summary can reduce the number of meeting attendees.
​​​​​​​ If the meeting generates actions, be clear on what they are and who needs to carry them out. And make sure to send out a recap within 48 hours so items are fresh in everyone’s mind. Recap structure matters Following a standard format will help readers quickly identify the main points and know what’s expected.
  • Start the subject line with the word RECAP to make it identifiable.
  • Structure the recap in sections: decision, actions, key takeaways and additional information.
  • Bold or “@” the names of people with action items so they can easily spot their name.
  • List major conclusions and lessons learned.
  • Provide links to recordings and presentations.
​​​​​​​ Gather feedback How did your meeting go? Feedback is important, and there are various methods to seek it. Use polling tools to solicit feedback or follow up with a few participants to gauge their opinions. For larger meetings, plan to save a few minutes at the end for live feedback.
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