How To: Follow Up A Remote Meeting
Remote meetings are becoming more and more common. Whether it’s because partners, clients or team members work remotely to spend more time with their families, escape the coronavirus or simply live on the other side of the world – more and more teams are extending their collaboration beyond the physical walls of the office. If you’re new to this, don’t worry: we’ve collected the best tips for a successful remote meeting.
- This is part 3 of a 3 part series about remote meetings.
Follow-up on your remote meetings
In order for a meeting to be effective, every person needs to log out with a clear objective. They need to understand ‘what’s next’. The key things everyone needs to know are:
Deliverables and next steps
- Responsibilities: Who’s responsible for following up on each item or task
- Deadlines: When those deliverables are due
- New date: When the next meeting or check-in will be
If you were the host, keep in mind that an important part of meeting follow-up is about checking in with attendees to see how well the meeting went. You can do so through a casual one-on-one conversation or even sending out a simple (and anonymous) feedback survey.
Hearing from attendees may give you ample ideas on how you can make future online meetings even more inclusive and efficient for everyone involved.
Also read: How To Run Remote Meetings Effectively