You and I know that meetings most often are the kiss of death to productivity. Most meetings seem like a waste of time and don't apparently accomplish much. Yet, it is important to be able to pull key decision makers together in order to accomplish the church's or ministry's key objectives. Therefore the challenge is to DO MEETINGS WELL. In order to do them well, every meeting has to have:
- A leader
- A stated purpose
- A start and end time
- A valid reason for each and every person to be there.
- A clear set of notes on conclusions, plans and action items
- A clear timetable for follow up on action items