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Why are team meetings important?
Bringing your team together on a regular basis is a great way to set clear priorities, boost team morale, and encourage collaboration.
Effective team meetings start with an agenda. Build your own or use one of Fellow’s pre-built team meeting agenda templates.
Keep conversations with your direct reports in one place, look back on past notes, and never forget what was said.
Show up prepared
Collaborate on a meeting agenda that inspires a thoughtful two-sided conversation.
Carry over incomplete talking points and action items from previous one-on-one meetings.
Use suggested questions and templates to inspire real-time conversations about growth.
Encourage everyone to show up prepared
It’s rare to have a productive conversation when nobody has a plan for what to talk about.
With Fellow, your team can collaborate on an agenda, prepare materials in advance, and write questions to ask during the meeting.
Bring all voices into the conversation
If you’re brainstorming ideas and making decisions, you’ll get better results when your whole team contributes.
Fellow’s real-time notetaking tool promotes collaboration and encourages everyone to participate actively in the conversation.
End with an action plan
A team meeting without action items is just a status update. Make your meetings more productive by tracking key decisions and next steps.
With Fellow, your team can record action items in real-time, track and prioritize tasks in-between meetings, and automatically carry-forward incomplete action items to the next meeting.
“Fellow solves three key problems around running meetings. First, creating the agenda. Then, with the ability to take notes, meeting management becomes much simpler. And finally, tracking the action items that come out of every meeting. Having everything in Fellow means we can track it and follow up on it.”
Mychelle MollotChief Marketing Officer
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The Art of Meeting with Your Manager
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