From what they could tell, the management team at iWMS was having productive and engaging meetings, and all seemed to be running quite smoothly. But while meetings seemed productive, Richard felt that they might be missing some of the action items that were assigned to them, because everyone had their own version of the notes from each meeting.
Managers ensure businesses succeed by making sure the people doing the work have what they need to succeed. This success requires more than just data and task lists; managers also need to create an engaging and respectful culture that people want to be a part of.
Managers love how Lucid helps them create a healthy balance on their teams between work details and personal relationships. We help you:
- Establish a results-oriented team culture
- Surface and address issues or disagreements
- Engage each team member with consistency and respect
- Easily learn the best practices of how to facilitate a meeting
There is something about the power of groups that arises when people who care talk about things that matter.Paul Axtell
Meetings Matter: 8 Powerful Strategies for Remarkable Conversations
What makes Lucid great for Managers?
Based on Best Practices
Our templates include thoughtfully designed agendas and detailed how-to guides. They were designed by award-winning leadership coaches for the most effective meeting facilitation.
Every regular team meeting comes with the agenda ready to go. Action items automatically roll forward between meetings for review, and one-click meeting follow up means even people who missed the meeting stay in-the-know.
Run everything from one-on-ones to all-day team retreats. Review progress on commitments, track performance discussions, get feedback, see past meetings, and more.
The Meeting Agenda Templates
Every time you set up a meeting, you start with a meeting template. Build your own or start with one of these templates from the Lucid Meetings Template Gallery.
Lucid helps Leverage model effective meeting management and efficiently take on a client’s blocking and tackling activities. This redefines their clients’ workload, giving them back 10-30% of their workday.