As COVID-19 spreads, face to face meetings are decreasing, and screen time is rising.
81 per cent of employees would fine a colleague £25 for being rude.
Meaningless tasks are main obstacle from keeping employees feeling fulfilled at work.
Just how many employees see these meetings as important?
Long meetings and all day training sessions prove unpopular with majority of UK workers, often causing a strong sense of déjà-vu and high levels of disengagement. Should we be changing formats?
Senior staff say that only a third of the time they spend in business meetings helps them do their job better and 35% admit to daydreaming during meetings.
We’ve all been there. Stuck in a meeting that seems to endlessly drag on, thinking about all the other constructive work we could be carrying out at that moment in time. But then we brace ourselves to attend the next one, scheduling yet more, believing them to be a necessary evil of business life. But…
Global Integration is urging busy executives to save one day per month, beginning by saying ‘no’ to at least two meetings a week, where there is no clear agenda or value. Today it has launched The ‘Better Meetings’ campaign, designed to enable managers and senior leaders to tame the inordinate number of demands placed upon…
Meetings are a big part of the fabric of our working lives, and it is important to remember that today’s company meetings are not just about bridging geography; they are the medium through which symbiotic business relationships are cemented. We are seeing that the companies that survive and prosper in a recession are those that…