More efffective hybrid meetings
Whether it’s daily stand-ups or company-wide all-hands - going hybrid can be a real headache. Download our complimentary guide to start running more effective hybrid meetings.
Over the past year and a half, most of us have spent a lot more time in front of the camera. More accurately, conducting meetings via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or otherwise has become a much larger part of the typical working day as people have been encouraged to work from home.
As 2022 looms large, a full-scale return to the office is unlikely to happen any time soon. Most employees enjoy the flexibility they enjoy when ‘WFH’ but also enjoy spending at least some part of their week in the office.
So what does this 'new normal’ mean for meetings? Whether you run regular stand-ups or want to get back to regular company town halls, it’s almost certain that at least a handful of staff will prefer to join remotely. If just a single colleague opts to jump on zoom rather than join in person, you’ll need to run a hybrid meeting.
Your (free!) guide to better hybrid meetings
Running effective meetings is hard enough, but going hybrid adds a whole new dimension of complexity. It can often be hard to know where to begin when it comes to running an effective hybrid meeting for the first time.
To help you run more effective hybrid meetings, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide full of best practices and practical examples. Armed with this expert advice and top tips, you'll be sure to master your next hybrid meeting.
Your roadmap to better hybrid meetings
Download your complimentary eBook and start mastering your hybrid meetings