Company meetings are an important way to touch base with employees and keep everyone informed about new initiatives, procedures and collective goals. Whether it’s a small departmental meeting or a larger meeting involving the entire company, these are important moments to pass on information and create dialogue between managers, supervisors and employees. But what about after the meeting ends? How do we ensure that whatever was discussed during a team meeting is addressed in the workplace? Here are a few tips and tricks for what to do after a company meeting to make them as effective as possible.
Take The Time To Debrief
After a group meeting, team leaders should take some time to deliberate about what went well during the meeting and what could have gone better. This will help leaders to consider what leadership and management skills are most effective for their employees. Every team is different and finding the right managerial approach is a trial-and-error process that requires time as well as careful debriefing. Meetings are a great way to determine whether or not your leadership techniques are working and strategize ways to make them more effective.
Sending Out Minutes ASAP
Sending out the minutes from the meeting as soon as you can is the best way to ensure that all team members are fully aware of the discussion that took place. Employees can refer back to minutes in order to remember new action steps, procedures or goals. This kind of visual reminder can help new ideas become implemented faster and more effectively within the workplace.
Develop Your Meeting Follow-Up Skills with ACT One International
At ACT One International, we offer a number of training and skill development programs that can help you build the leadership skills necessary to successfully follow up with the collective goals and strategies discussed during company meetings. Some of our workplace training programs include the popular Everything DiSC series, as well as The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team. For more information about our variety of engaging workplace training programs and workshops, contact us today at ACT One International.