HOA: 10 tips for shorter meetings

Board meetings require balance. While nobody appreciates a meeting in which brevity is the only value, unduly lengthy meetings discourage and exhaust everybody – directors, audience and manager. After about 3 hours, good concentration and judgment is hard to come by. A length of 60 to 90 minutes is a very reasonable and achievable goal for most board meetings. Try these tips to get there.    Read more……..


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