The perfect meeting- is that an oxymoron? So many of us treat our meetings like that famous line from Field of Dreams- Schedule it and they will come. Except they are coming more and more unwillingly. In some cases, there is mutiny and they are starting to refuse to come. [pick the platform of choice and insert here] fatigue anyone? Anyone here starting to play the game of video chicken? (You know the game I am talking about here. The one where you leave your camera off to wait and see what the other person does. Meanwhile you hope and pray they leave their camera off too to help you better manage your fatigue. It's okay, you are among friend here- we do it too. )
Digital Transformation has been this huge industry buzzword now for years. The pandemic came, and we started working remotely and using video conferencing. Except we didn't really transform our meetings or the experience. We just moved them to video. That same meeting we hated in person didn't get better once it moved online. Many of us are now grumpy and tired from those same old meetings. How about you- are you loving your meetings right now?
What if we want to do something a little different? Where do we begin on our grand quest for the perfect meeting? What if we told you there really is hope for making it better? We are delighted to join APICS Twin Cities chapter for a free event. On December 10th, we'll be having a fireside chat as we go on a quest together.
Join John Melbye and I as we discuss the Quest for the Perfect Meeting. In my mind, I am picking scenes out of Monty Python. Like that move- we are a couple interesting characters. I promise it will be anything but boring.
The event is free and available for registration- but you need to register in advance. Get your ticket here. Bring your favorite beverage, relax and enjoy a fun and insightful conversation.