• Do you and your team spend too much time in meetings?
  • Do too many of your meetings not produce the outcomes that they should?
  • Do meetings hinder you getting to ‘real work’ instead of act helping make progress on meaningful work?

It’s common to struggle with mastering meetings.

In fact, a study of over 1 000 participants from around the world found that less than half of participants’ comments about meeting effectiveness were positive. The fact is that despite not liking what is going on and having viable alternatives, poor meetings appear to be an accepted cost of operating in teams and organisations. Typically, we find a way to function in spite of the way that we meet – not because of it.

This webinar will help you to raise awareness and start a meaningful conversation across the organisation about meeting performance. I will also share a framework for consistently lifting your meeting performance.

Webinar Monday 3 June | 2:00pm AEST

Recording will be made available for those who can’t join at this time

This Webinar – Meetings Meetup will be interactive, educational, and practical. Here’s what you’ll take away from the session.  Join us and find out:
  • What your current meetings are costing you – in financial, opportunity and people terms
  • The difference that improving meeting performance can make to you and your team
  • Practical tips that you can apply to address common meeting pain points.

Webinar Monday 3 June | 2:00pm AEST

Recording will be made available for those who can’t join at this time

“I loved the step by step process Keegan used to allow us to understand the true cost of meetings and a framework to lift meeting performance”
Chief Customer Officer, MyPass Global

Your webinar host

Keegan has worked in Australia and NZ across organisations ranging from his own small business, government agencies, education and large corporate organisations. He brings a passion for teams, leadership, learning and performance to the programs that he runs.

He is passionate about lifting the performance of the individuals, teams and organisations that he works with. His programs are designed to deliver sustained performance outcomes applying evidence based techniques and the latest information.

He has worked with organisations including Suncorp, Sydney Metro Delivery Office, Rawson Homes, Australian Super, Green Building Council of Australia, Australian Film Television and Radio School, Delta Group, Stan, Protecsure, Henry William Lawyers, Asteron Life and AFL.