Three New Meetings Worth Having


Sometimes it can feel like meetings are both the lifeblood and bane of an academic leader’s existence. Everyone wants to see you, even when a meeting could have easily been an email. They take up time, leaving virtually none for your own work or the projects you and your team have prioritized.

So, for me to suggest there are three additional types of meetings you should add to your calendar, especially as we move into the new academic year, would be ludicrous, right?

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