No matter how long you have been in business, whether it has been 6 months or 16 years, and no matter how many employees your business may have, whether you have 3 or 300, you and your business can benefit greatly from having a simple, scheduled business meetings regularly.
Meetings are necessary because they are essential for team communication. The meeting serves as a moment to come together and put your team of workers in the fire. When they are in the fire, they are hot and ready to make progress happen. Going too long without a meeting will have your employees working cold, and trust me that it doesn’t take long for the heat to fade away. Having another meeting will fire them up again and have them ready for action.
Meetings serve as a way for employees to learn from you (the leader) and their peers. Ralph Slaske is the owner of his own custom home building business and is a leader who understands that having a meeting regularly once a week aids his employees in performing their jobs better by keeping them focused on the goal.
As stated, meetings are not only useful for employees to pass on information within the company, but they also play a major role in the way that teams work together.