Episode 30: The One Meeting You Aren’t Having
The One Meeting You Aren’t Having
with Kat Rippy
We’ve noticed there is a meeting that many leaders are not having…the strategy meeting!
We’ve also noticed the strategy meeting makes a huge difference in tackling critical roadblocks so work can get done more effectively. The conversations in the strategy meeting are the conversations you aren’t having that you NEED to be having! Tune into this week’s episode to hear what Kat has to say about this critical meeting and how you can start rethinking your approach to meetings so you can stop the wheel spinning and get some quick traction.
Check out the episode below:
Highlights of this episode include:
- What is a strategy meeting and how are they used?
- What is the right frequency?
- How do you conduct a strategy meeting?
- What are the other benefits of incorporating a strategy meeting?
What Do You Think?
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode – do you have strategy meeti ngs? Do you think incorporating more me etings to focus on strategy will help move your team forward?
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For 20 years, Kat Rippy has worked with organizations across the United States ranging in size from 20,000+ employees to a small office of 30 as well as many individuals who run their own small businesses. She has coached an endless stream of leaders in a variety of positions and businesses to reach their goals and make critical shifts in their effectiveness. Additionally, Kat has presented, facilitated, and trained more than 10,000 participants in various leadership topics, keynote addresses and all-hands organization-wide events.
Kat knows what it takes to lead people. With her extensive consulting background in organization development, she’s experienced in working with the organization as a whole to enhance cultural and systemic improvements through coaching, strategic planning, employee development programs and strategic talent management. As a Board Certified Coach, her clients benefit greatly from her system-wide perspective and understanding of how to improve performance through tools and techniques mastered by the world’s greatest leaders.