Do you spend so much time in meetings that you hardly have time left to do actual work?
You’re not alone! The average employee spends about six hours per week in scheduled meetings, while senior leaders suffer through 23 hours a week—roughly half their working hours! Of course, open communication is necessary for collaboration and teamwork, but considering 71% of employees think meetings at their company are largely unproductive, it’s time to set a higher bar.
Chris Dyer has run over 100,000 virtual meetings and has been recognized by Inc. as an expert in effective group communication. In this session, he shares his secrets to reducing time spent in unproductive meetings, while keeping employees informed and engaged. He presents practical strategies for keeping dispersed teams connected, including several innovative types of check-in meetings that will transform productivity.
Great meetings are possible! Learn how.
“I thought I had heard all the leadership advice out there. I was wrong. Chris Dyer’s unconventional perspective gave me an entirely new outlook on the way I run my business, and now my team is more productive than ever before.”
Donna Schilder, Master Certified Coach (MCC), BCC Executive & Career Coach & President, Glacier Point Solutions, Inc.
“I had almost forgotten that leading a team can be fun and fulfilling! Thanks to Chris Dyer’s advice, I am more motivated than ever... and I can see my team mirroring my enthusiasm. Chris Dyer is funny, he’s relatable, and he has changed the way I think about leadership.”
Mimi Grant, President, ABL Organization
“As a leadership speaker and company culture expert, Chris Dyer stands in a category all his own. His advice is at once both unique and absolutely essential. Because of Chris, I see my team, their needs, and their potential in a brand new light. By following his advice, I have managed to inspire greater productivity and unity within my company.”
Lauren Wilson, Senior Director of Human Resources, Nevell Group, Inc.