Q:What can you do to keep the momentum after a meeting? You’ve already taken the time to meet. Don’t waste it by letting the meeting fizzle out at the end.

Document key decisions, next steps, and owners

  • Document and confirm key decisions, next steps, and task owners BEFORE you end the meeting.

Communicate outcomes

  • What did you accomplish during the meeting?

Key takeaway

  • The key to maintaining momentum is to ensure that every attendee leaves with a clear understanding of what was agreed on during the meeting, what the next steps are, and who will be held accountable for completing open tasks.

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