12. Start on time; End on time13
One of the keys to running an effective meeting is to stay on
time. But often the main problem is that staff simply don't arrive on time.
Meetings that fail to start on time probably, to the exasperation of most staff,
do not end on time.
So, to get your people there on time, try these
meetings to begin at odd times. For example, if you start a meeting at a quarter
past the hour, it may get more attention.
on time regardless of who is missing.
the door when a meeting begins.
Discuss, first, those items of particular interest to latecomers.
to other group member to apply pressure to chronic latecomers.