Meetings Matter & The Surprising Art And Science of Meeting Well | Ep 121

How do we design meetings that staff look forward to?

Most of us can relate to the misery of pointless meetings. They take over our calendars and make us wonder why we couldn’t have been sent an email. However, in a world where collaboration is everything, we can’t live without meetings entirely.

On this episode of The School of Wellbeing podcast, organisational psychologist Professor Steven Rogelberg, shares how to make meetings more enjoyable, productive, and beneficial to staff and student wellbeing. If you want to make your meetings matter and ones your colleagues will look forward to, listen to this episode and learn from an expert.

In this conversation we discuss:

▫️ What makes for an effective and enjoyable meeting

▫️ Why having a rolling agenda is not enough

▫️ How the quality of our meetings impacts staff wellbeing

▫️ And so much more…

You can quote us on that…

“Meetings are a display stage for leadership”

Dr Steven Rogelberg

“The best meeting leaders inherently recognise that they are a steward of others’ time.”

Dr Steven Rogelberg

“The characteristics of an excellent meeting leader are very similar to an excellent teacher”

Dr Steven Rogelberg


Dr Steven Rogelberg – Website | LinkedIn | Books

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I’m a teacher with experience working in primary and secondary schools across Australia, and a specialist in the field of wellbeing education and coaching. I founded Open Mind Education in 2013 with a vision of sharing practical, enriching wellbeing education with staff, parents, and broader school communities.

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