How to Make Meetings More Equitable and Inclusive
Why Hybrid Meetings Are Challenging and How Organizations Can Make Them Better
“Meeting equity involves the use of interpersonal behavioral tools for enabling full participation among all meeting attendees and the leader as well as the technological tools necessary to ensure everyone is seen and heard.” – Dr. Joe Allen, PhD, University of Utah Health
A company culture where everyone feels engaged and empowered to speak up during meetings is one where ideas can flourish and innovation follows. But how do you create an inclusive meeting culture in a hybrid environment, with its mix of onsite and remote attendees?
Read this whitepaper to learn best practices for equitable meetings, including:
How to establish psychological safety so employees feel empowered to speak up
How to build social bonds and foster social connection during business meetings
How to establish a set of etiquette guidelines for hybrid meetings
How to use technology to create more equitable meetings
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