MEETINGS, in essence, are meant to boost productivity and efficiency. When everyone is on the same page and aware of what should be done, issues can be solved
Identify the purpose and goal of the meeting. Ask yourself, “what do we need to accomplish in this meeting?
Consider the things to include in your meeting agenda that you are going to discuss.
Add discussion topics. The more detailed you are about what you’d specifically like to discuss, the better.
To get straight down to business, share the agenda with attendees in advance.
Assign a note taker. when people need to reference decisions about milestones and projects ,they’ll know exactly where to look.
Encourage participation among the employees so, they can come up with new ideas
Track and assign follow-up and action items as they come up instead of waiting until the end.
Stop multitasking by assigning roles for the meetings

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