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5 Reasons You're Meeting at the Worst Time

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5 Reasons You're Meeting at the Worst Time

Wondering why your online meetings are a flop? It's probably because you're meeting at the wrong time. Learn five reasons why and how iMeet® Agenday helps you nail down the perfect time, every time.

Try sending a free/busy poll to schedule your next meeting by downloading iMeet Agenday now at Agenday.com.

Wondering why your online meetings are a flop? It's probably because you're meeting at the wrong time. Learn five reasons why and how iMeet® Agenday helps you nail down the perfect time, every time.

Try sending a free/busy poll to schedule your next meeting by downloading iMeet Agenday now at Agenday.com.

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5 Reasons You're Meeting at the Worst Time

  1. 1. Between workers on the go and virtual teams miles apart…
  2. 2. …finding time to meet is more painful than ever.
  3. 3. Here are 5 reasons you’re meeting at the worst time…. every time.
  4. 4. #1: You’re meeting at the beginning or end of the day.
  5. 5. 9 a.m. meetings are just asking for latecomers, and at 4 p.m., workers are tired and more likely to leave early.
  6. 6. #2: You’re meeting before or after the weekend. #2: You’re meeting before or after the weekend.
  7. 7. Mondays and Fridays are common days workers vacation or work from home (or are distracted by weekend plans).
  8. 8. #3: You’re meeting when everyone’s hungry.
  9. 9. Even 11 a.m. meetings can run into lunchtime, so plan more time around the hour of growling stomachs.
  10. 10. #4: You’re meeting during the afternoon slump.
  11. 11. Afternoon slumps start around 2 p.m. Give workers more time to get their second burst of energy.
  12. 12. #5: You’re meeting to brainstorm in the afternoon.
  13. 13. Studies show creative thinking peaks earlier in the day, so consider the type of meeting you’re having, too.
  14. 14. But, since all workers have unique personalities, preferences and concerns…
  15. 15. …find the best time to meet by sending a free/busy poll with iMeet® Agenday.
  16. 16. Try it free. Download iMeet Agenday now at Agenday.com

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