So you’ve got a department-wide meeting to schedule, but when you’re looking for a time to put it on the books, you run into a problem. You realize your staff is dispersed across time zones all over the country, and in some cases, the globe. How can you get everyone on the same page and promote best comms expectations, but also accommodate people who might not be able to make it?
It might seem like an uphill climb, but there are several ways for you to solve the time discrepancies and crunches may render meetings ineffective or unengaging. By taking everyone’s time into account and sharing resources around what was discussed for people who aren’t able to make it in real-time, you can hold everyone to the same standard for absorbing the information—no matter where they’re based or when they’re working.
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