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Have an Agenda

Set your intentions prior to the meeting and have an agenda for everyone in attendance. Recognize your strengths as a leader and your participants’ strengths as engaged members of the meeting.

Building high quality connections with coworkers improves well-being, morale, and productivity within the workplace. Begin with a short activity to show that you value those in attendance. This may include sharing high and low points (personally or professionally), sharing a piece of good news, or sharing three things you are grateful for this week.


Cultivating Community


Respectful Engagement – engage others in a way that sends a message of value and worth

Trust – convey to others that you believe they can do the work, are dependable, and will meet expectations

Open Communication – allow time for all to share their opinions and brainstorm new ideas