The Best Times to Schedule Meetings

The Best Times to Schedule Meetings
The Best Times to Schedule Meetings

Did you know you can control the atmosphere or mood of a meeting by choosing to hold the meeting at a certain time of the day? It is important to have the right atmosphere for your business meetings. By choosing one of the following strategic times to hold your meeting, you should be able to create that positive atmosphere you are looking for.

One hour after you start work

Every company has a flow of working hours. Managers arrive about the same time each morning. They take an hour to clean up holdover matters, settle into the office routine, and then they are ready to focus on the day ahead.

Most people try to set their meetings according to this schedule, starting meetings one hour after the start of work. For example, if a manager starts work at 8:00 a.m., then 9:00 a.m. is a good time for a meeting. If work starts at 9:00 a.m., then 10:00 a.m. is a good time to meet.

Early mornings tend to be the best time to hold decision-making or problem-solving meetings. People are fresh in the morning and often are more productive. Looking at problems or decisions through fresh eyes may allow for more creative and more meaningful results.


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