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How to Run a Team Alignment Meeting

Leaders seek alignment when defining goals, making decisions, or formulating strategic plans. When it’s important to have everyone in the group on board with the outcome, working through this series of deliberate and thoughtful questions can help achieve group alignment.

This meeting agenda template provides a deliberate and thoughtful way to reveal what needs to be addressed to reach alignment.

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Meeting Goal

Reach alignment as a group.

About

  • Author:  Paul Axtell
  • Duration:  45+ minutes
  • Group Size:  5 to 15
  • Solution Categories:  Managers
  • Meeting Types:  Sensemaking Meetings

Agenda Overview

  1. What I'd like to do
  2. Questions
  3. Feedback
  4. Review and Next Steps

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