To be sure, meetings are essential for enabling collaboration, creativity, and innovation. They often foster relationships and ensure proper information exchange. They provide real benefits. But why would anyone argue in defense of excessive meetings, especially when no one likes them much?

Because executives want to be good soldiers. When they sacrifice their own time and well-being for meetings, they assume they’re doing what’s best for the business—and they don’t see the costs to the organization. They overlook the collective toll on productivity, focus, and engagement.

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https://hbr.org/2017/07/stop-the-meeting-madness?fbclid=IwAR0JKriccT6vIZaXe-qnM7OdMRzk0NlAOp1FYiC_-9DuWQghmjEyoYXlCG0