Unlock the True Potential of Your Organization

Employee engagement and experience are fundamental parts of a successful business. Effectively managing your employees' time pays dividends across the organization — including the bottom line.


The Problem

Our deep-dive showed a culture of presenteeism where employees are called in to tons of meetings, resulting in little time to focus on core work. For example, one salesperson spent too much time with their peers sharing best practices that actually had little impact on his team's, or his own, quota achievement.

Companies struggle to get meetings right.

minutes is the daily avg. of time spent in meetings

20 %
of meetings lack agendas

16 %

of 1+1s are cancelled

Ineffective meetings is a key driver of frustration among employees and management. Unchecked it also leads decreases employee engagement and threatens retention.

Ineffective meetings is a key driver of frustration among employees and management. Unchecked it also leads decreases employee engagement and threatens retention.

Productive meeting culture
With insight on multitasking during meetings, percentage of meetings with an agenda, and much more; leaders have the insight needed to get their meeting culture right.
Meetings should add to the employee experience
Collaborating with your colleagues is not only necessary, but it should also add to the employee experience. However, too many meetings directly correlate with after-hours work and additional stress.
Uncover your most-and least-effective types of meetings
There are many different types of meetings, and each has its own unique effect. Track and analyze cross-company vs. external meetings; recurrent vs ad-hoc meetings; online vs. in person; and more.
Meeting Type
Are your meetings effective?
Over-attended meetings, redundant recurring meetings, leader-less and unaccountable meetings — all can lead to disengagement and decreased employee engagement. Get meeting culture right by optimizing meetings, setting firm agendas and follow-ups, and saving your employees' time.
Meeting Length & Size
Meetings by Role
Do you have some old recurrent meetings that are no longer adding value? Or are you managing the meetings on ad-hoc basis.
Recurring Meetings
See How Your Team Connects With External Stakeholders
Not all external partners bring equal value to the company. Sometimes, teams spend a large amount of time on a partner that has low potential while other contacts do not receive the same attention. Use the table to see where you might have potential gaps.
External Collaboration
Breaks between meetings
decrease risk of burnout of your teams by checking how much time they have between meetings. You will increase effectiveness as a bonus
Back-to-Back Meetings
1:1 Meeting Frequency Matters
How many managerial 1:1 meetings do your teams have per person? How many 1:1 meetings do we have and what proportion of them is recurrent?
1:1 Meeting Frequency
Meeting Type
Meeting Length & Size
Recurring Meetings
External Collaboration
Back-to-Back Meetings
1:1 Meeting Frequency

The Solution

By reducing unnecessary meetings and investing enough time in more productive 1:1 meetings, leaders can give their employees time and space to do the work they were hired to do. Here's a look at the achievements of one of our clients


increasing team productivity


avg. number of daily mins saved per employee


avg. reduction in meeting size

This results in happier and more engaged employees that are empowered to take control of their meeting culture.


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