Six crazy ideas to bring laughter into your meetings

Posted by Jasmine Cargill
on April 8, 2016

Does your workplace tend to be a bit serious? Is it a place where people could benefit from loosening up a bit? When was the last time you had a deep belly laugh with your colleagues?

Laughter helps people relax and opens them up to new ideas. It clears the mind, releases stress and breaks down barriers. Who says work and fun can’t mix? Next time you’ve got some serious work to do, try a few of these ideas to bring humor and lightheartedness into your meetings. You might be surprised at the results.

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Topics: Effective Meetings, Creativity

The art of follow-up. How to maintain momentum after a meeting

Posted by Jasmine Cargill
on March 10, 2016


Your preparation was excellent, everyone was highly engaged and timing ran like a Swiss clock. You created a plan for achieving greatness and solved all the problems in your company. But what happened to all those good ideas and who was responsible for what?

As the meeting facilitator, it’s also your job to keep the momentum going after the meeting. These three pointers can help make sure the productivity doesn’t evaporate when the meeting ends.

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Topics: Effective Meetings, Productivity

Five time-saving tips for focused and efficient meetings

Posted by Jasmine Cargill
on March 4, 2016

Tired of long rambling discussions and meetings that drag out? Looking for ways to keep your meetings focused and on track? These strategies will help you use time wisely and create efficient meetings.

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Topics: Effective Meetings, Productivity

Meetings: we attend too many and talk too much

Posted by Nanna Manbjerg Rasmussen
on January 20, 2016

Meetings are characterised by being to many and containing too much small talk, says Ib Ravn, Associate Professor at Aarhus University who does research on meetings and meeting culture.

This is the first in a series of three posts based on an interview with Ib Ravn. Read on and learn how to make your meetings more efficient.

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Topics: Effective Meetings, meeting culture