Meetings fill a considerable amount of time in our workdays.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a status update meeting, a board meeting, a post-mortem meeting, or a creative meeting—an agenda is an asset to all meetings.
An agenda is not a long or complicated document, and it doesn’t require much time to create.
Set a meeting agenda and circulate it well in advance to achieve greater clarity, focus, and alignment in your meetings.
Use a template. Agendas are typically designed as a list or outline and are ideally limited to a single page. However, it may be longer depending on the length and complexity of the meeting.
You can save yourself time when developing future meeting agendas by designing a template to use again.