A Guide to Leading Meetings that Matter

Download my free guide to help you plan productive, engaging and inclusive meetings.

Meetings that Matter Guide Download

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Are you tired of meetings that don’t have a clear purpose, waste time, only allow the same two people to talk, and never have clear steps forward?

Wouldn’t it feel amazing if you and your team left meetings feeling energized, engaged, and ready to take meaningful action?

Great meetings are the key to a happy, healthy, thriving team, but they don’t just HAPPEN, they are PLANNED.

In this guide, you will learn how to plan intentional meetings that are productive, engaging and inclusive. Included inside is:

  • A breakdown of the 5 types of questions you should be asking when planning your meetings.
  • A list of 25 questions you need to answer to plan better meetings.
  • BONUS: 3 ideas to help you evaluate the success of your meetings.

A Note from The Manager Coach

Every time we meet, we have an opportunity to connect and build trust, and YOU have the power to create that meaningful experience for your team.

Alex Black

Hi, I’m Alex, and I help founders, managers, and emerging leaders become self-aware, authentic leaders with the knowledge and confidence to effectively lead others and make a true difference.

Meetings get a bad reputation, and trust me, I understand why! I wish I had this guide when I was sitting in 2 hour-long meetings that definitely could have been emails. Or you know those kinds of meetings that “have to happen” after the meeting to then actually figure out next steps?! What a waste of time and energy!

But meetings CAN and SHOULD be energizing, productive and dare I say it: fun!

Pulling from my studies from graduate school, real-world experience of what does and doesn’t work well, feedback from clients and tons of research, I compiled this guide so YOU can take back control of your meetings.

You don’t have to be the CEO to change your company’s culture around meetings. You can make a difference and start leading meetings that matter.