Meeting Best Practices
Departments, personal, groups? Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Annual? What does your company do to keep a pulse on the business?
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Upon concluding a meeting, you are asked to rate the meeting on a scale of 1-10, here are some resources to help you understand that rating!When concluding a Level 10 Meeting™, Quarterly or Annual, you will be asked to rate that meeting with a score of 1-10. EOS does not specify how to rate a meeting to get “10” – just that each individual should rate the meeting out loud to their peers, subjectively. But what should you be subjectively rating it on? We suggest asking your EOS Implementer™ about how your team should rate meetings, and here are some additional resources to get the conversation started. Grow Exceptional writes an article that shows 5 Criteria with an associated value to help you pin point a score.Did we come to the meeting prepared, and did we follow the agenda? Was the team engaged (was everyone heard)? Were we open and hones? Did we solve a real issue forever? Do we have clarity on next steps (to-dos created)?If each of those having a score of 0-2 can get you to a 10
So we are 2 months into Eos and a month into Ninety and we had our first coaching session with a new coach yesterday. I was adding notes to ninety and he was going to be sending some documents over so I was going to add a todo as a reminder for getting those. However I am unable to do so due to having him set up as implementor.Can anyone share their feedback for using this system with your implementor? Havent found any training videos or documents on how this is expected to happen within 90. If we don't use 90 for our coaching sessions with the implementors then we are having to do so via other means and that just doesn't make sense! Look forward to some help with this. The only way I know to work around this is by making him a user and not an implementor, however I would like to know the best practice for this and the original intent so I don't make a work around and find out later it should have been done another way. Thanks for your help, Mike.
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