Catching up – on what exactly

A lot of meetings I get asked to are now called catch-ups, but they do have a clear aim for the person asking to catch up. That’s not a catch up, that’s a meeting with an agenda. Sharing the aim allows forethought, preparation and prioritisation. Not sharing keeps my brain guessing, when it could be better focused. It can be right to prioritise a mere … Continue reading Catching up – on what exactly