BLOG: Communication and meetings: Make them work for you

In my previous life as a hospital administrator, the not-so-funny joke was that we were in meetings all day and did our “actual” work before and after work hours. Practically speaking, that had to happen because we were responsible for thousands of employees, patients and doctors. Directing and communicating information required functioning as a cohesive unit if we were to be successful as a large organization. And that ultimately meant nonstop meetings in order to acquire information and feedback, make decisions and disseminate the information.

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