Leadership team meeting

Drive accountability and align your company actions to the long-term vision
Lisa Glenn Nobles
Operations Navigator

Mindup is a great, and extremely easy to integrate way to organize your team and external stakeholders around meeting agendas. As an operations professional, I highly recommend it!

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What's in this template?

When you’re operating at a high level, it seems like everything is important, urgent, and vying for your attention. You have a lot on your plate and it can feel like meetings take you away from the work that really matters. If the meetings are infrequent, people often resort to giving a status update on what’s happening with the company without getting into meatier problem-solving or decision-making.

Your time is precious and meetings should be a place where you get your most important work done. Rather than listening to status reports, you could be making important decisions or reflecting on strategy, which is exactly what this template helps you do. 

When you improve your meetings at the executive level, these healthy behaviors trickle down into the rest of the organization. Each executive will take these meeting behaviors back to the managers they support, and those managers will pass it on to their direct reports. Eventually, this single improvement in your own meetings will have a huge positive impact on your organization’s culture. 

1
Review our strategy

What is most important for us right now?

2
Goal performance

Review our key metrics and how we can improve them

3
What’s going well?

What should we do more of?

4
What’s not going well?

What should we do less of?

5
Define/Refine goals and metrics

Based on the conversation, define new goals and refine existing goals

6
Identify key messages to be shared

What needs to be communicated to the rest of the organization and how?

Duration
60 minutes
Size
3 - 6
Frequency
Once per month

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