Whether you have returned to the newsroom or are still working from home, we can always improve the way our team meetings work.
When it comes to those essential brainstorming sessions, there are lots of ways we can rethink them in one way or another to encourage greater participation. Sisi Wei, the co-executive director of OpenNews shares some great ideas in this piece.
To break down tech barriers, you can make sure that participants are using software they are familiar with, or alternatively have the opportunity to observe other meetings purely as spectators.
"This way, they get to see others collaborating in a document live around something they care about, and this can be really energising," it reads.
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