Set The Agenda
Every call you have should contain a clear purpose. That is where an agenda comes into play. The agenda spells out the point of the call and what exactly will be discussed. Sending this agenda out to the team prior to the call will keep the participants in the loop.
Invite The Right People
The more the merrier does not apply when it comes to business meetings. After all, people are less likely to pay attention if the meeting does not pertain to them. To prevent this from happening, only invite the employees who need to be there.
Reserve Questions For The End
The participants might have questions throughout the presentation. However, it is best to ask the host all of the questions at the end of the call. That way, the presenter can explain all of the agenda items in chronological order before answering questions.
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