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Dear Work Therapist | Work meetings without no agenda

Anita Kalmane
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Jul 27, 2021

Dear Work Therapist and all their helpers,


I'm a very task-oriented person and get trouble connecting with my colleagues in meetings which are work related, but there is no specific agenda. Think of regular check-ins between various teams or people, which are in agenda in case if people have questions.

I'm not facilitating them myself, but I'm there as a participant.

When I bring up questions, it's easy to focus and discuss the topics. However, when there are no clear questions, topics or agenda and it's more general talk, I lose focus already after a few minutes and have problems to concentrate.

At the same time, I know that for some other colleagues it works fine and they prefer it that way as it keeps the meetings informal which is their preferred way of working.

Suggestions for myself?



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