More than three quarters of workers (78%) say their meeting schedule is always or sometimes out of control. The average employee attends 62 meetings per month, spending 85% of their work week in meetings and 4.8 hours every week just scheduling meetings.
It also kills morale. Workers who feel they spend too much time in meetings report decreased well-being, increased fatigue, and increased subjective workload.
So, with so much of our working hours spent in meetings, it's important to be intentional when deciding which meetings should take up our valuable time.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create more space for what matters by strategically reducing time spent in meetings.
You'll learn how to:
- Perform a meeting audit
- Replace meetings with asynchronous communication
- Shorten and reduce meetings
- Evaluate meeting invites
Watch this short video to learn from Anna Dearmon Kornick, the Head of Community at Clockwise, and then tell us about your meeting landscape.