A major cause of poor employee experience is bad meetings. Those on the bleeding edge of XLAs have even developed specific XLAs to measure the quality of our meetings – looking at both the underlying technology that we use to host our digital meetings as well as the processes and rituals we use to conduct those meetings.
Improving the quality and effectiveness of our meetings can have a big impact on employee engagement and productivity. As a result, better meetings mean a better bottom line.
In this episode of XLA.TV, Neil Miller, the host of The Digital Workplace podcast and author of a new free study guide called, “Leading Meetings in the Digital Age” gives his insights on these 4 topics:
1. Four things that can derail a meeting
2. Six types of meetings and when should they be used
3. Five things we can do to improve our next meeting
You may be surprised to hear that sometimes, the best “meeting” is not a meeting at all. Watch this episode to learn more.
With all this talk about moving to a hybrid office, we may have forgotten that we had hybrid offices long before the pandemic – but they were a terrible experience for those dialing in remotely. Weston Morris and Jim Kalbach come together to talk about what needs to be fixed, and then share some techniques that can help change the way you conduct meetings so that all participants, both remote and in-person, can have an engaging productive experience.
The pandemic has revolutionized virtually every aspect of our lives in the past few years, especially the way we work. The introduction to remote work and Work from home initiatives has taken the business world by storm, and quickly transformed itself into the industry standard. Watch Employee Experience professionals, Alan Nance, Rosan Gompers, Sami Kallio and Sasha Wight, discuss the new normal of remote work, and how businesses can ensure positive employee Experiences in this new hybrid world of work.