Forty years of staff meetings. What kind of emotion does that invoke? Panic attacks? Intense boredom? Subtle multi-tasking? All of the above?
Perhaps it can be said that staff meetings are a necessary evil. It is important for teams to communicate, and a well-designed staff meeting can foster that communication. In my experience, staff meetings are rarely well-designed, and in fact, consist of going around the table and everyone saying what they’re doing. Maybe there’s a little interaction, but no one wants to prolong the agony, except that one person. The conversation becomes a deep dive between the speaker and the questioner, and everyone else turns to their electronic devices. Continue reading The Strategic Part of HR Data