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Turning Useless Meetings into Valuable Collaboration - Shared screen with speaker view
Sophie Nazerian
03:07
Hi everyone! Welcome to today’s webinar! I’m Sophie, Webinar Manager @ Tech Ladies.
Sophie Nazerian
03:34
Let us know where you’re all joining us from!
Erna
03:45
Hi there, I’m in Boston
Corrine
04:04
Hello! Bay Area here
Stacie Taylor-Cima
06:58
Hi! Sacramento here.
Anna MacLachlan
07:41
👋 Austin :)
Meg Hartley
07:54
Portland, OR
Shauna Fields
08:12
Phoenix area!
Zora
08:37
Boston
thaenninen
08:41
Berlin!
Cindy
08:41
Hello! Boston
heather.gardner
08:41
Pleasanton CA
Amanda
08:45
Hi ! Boston, MA
susanaschaller
08:45
Hello from LA
Leah Kim
08:45
NYC!
hillary.skeffington@xapo.com
08:45
Colorado (based in Argentina)
Nura Renke
08:46
Hello from Los Angeles!
Stephanie Rosalio
08:46
Denver!
Kamilla Boross
08:47
Hey, Malta
Rachel N
08:47
Hi everyone! Calling in from London
Diana Arrieta
08:48
SF!
Monica Janowitz
08:48
Hey hey, Baltimore
Amy Harris
09:00
Austin, TX
Darcy Cramer
09:01
Hello! Palo Alto :)
Jenn
09:08
Hello from the SF Bay area
Stacie Taylor-Cima
09:13
Product Manager in Tech.
heather.gardner
09:14
Tech
Meg Hartley
09:17
Sensu - tech
Diana Arrieta
09:18
Healthcare, Collective Health
hillary.skeffington@xapo.com
09:19
Fintech
susanaschaller
09:20
Tech
Jessica C
09:20
tech
Cindy
09:21
Software Manager in Tech
Nura Renke
09:23
Data Services Engineer in tech
Stephanie Rosalio
09:23
Tech
Rachel N
09:24
Tech
Amy Harris
09:25
Duo Security - tech
Amanda
09:27
Edtech
Laura
09:27
healthtech
Leah Kim
09:28
B2B tech
Shauna Fields
09:29
GoDaddy - Tech
thaenninen
09:29
Product Mgr in fashion eCommerce
Corrine
09:33
Edtech
Kamilla Boross
09:34
Responsible Gaming Product Manager - LeoVegas, iGaming
heather.gardner
09:39
Product management
Anna MacLachlan
09:44
Sensu - monitoring (aka tech)
Jenn
09:46
I am a UX Designer working in cyber security at a Fin tech company
Stacie Taylor-Cima
10:15
50/50
Anna MacLachlan
10:18
50:50
Leah Kim
10:19
80 attend / 20 lead
Jessica C
10:21
50/50
heather.gardner
10:22
Lead 10%
Zora
10:22
50/50
Nura Renke
10:24
95 attend / 5 lead
Kamilla Boross
10:24
50/50
Jenn
10:27
10% run 90%attend
Amanda
10:28
80 lead / 20 attend
Laura
10:29
70 attend, 30 lead
Cindy
10:29
80 lead/ 20 attend
Corrine
10:31
75 lead/ 25 attend
Rachel N
10:33
40 attend / 60 lead
thaenninen
10:34
80 attend /20 run
hillary.skeffington@xapo.com
10:35
80/20
Diana Arrieta
10:35
90/10 attend vs lead
Meg Hartley
10:36
70 lead/30 attend
susanaschaller
10:41
90 lead / 10 attend
Diana Arrieta
11:35
Woo Los Angeles
Meg Hartley
11:43
mmmm..avocado toast
Anna MacLachlan
14:04
7
Ruth
14:04
7
Jenn
14:05
all of the above
heather.gardner
14:06
all
Nura Renke
14:08
All of them!
Sophie Nazerian
14:09
4
Kamilla Boross
14:10
7
Victoria Virasingh
14:12
7
Corrine
14:13
6
Cindy
14:14
7
Amanda
14:14
6
Ellen Dunne
14:14
all
susanaschaller
14:16
6
Rachel N
14:26
6
Zora
14:26
5
Rachel N
17:00
Planning and preparation for operations
Stephanie Rosalio
17:00
Quarterly planning
Victoria Virasingh
17:02
to set goals
Ellen Dunne
17:04
2019 planning
Ruth
17:05
Status updates
Kamilla Boross
17:07
Crisis solving
Shauna Fields
17:07
1:1s to keep lines of communications open
Jessica C
17:09
weekly team meeting
Stephanie Rosalio
17:09
Weekly + daily syncs
Victoria Virasingh
17:11
learning more about a project
Nura Renke
17:11
meeting to discuss a new system of doing things
Anna MacLachlan
17:13
Strategy for major initiatives
Sophie Nazerian
17:14
project planning
Meredith Bertasi
17:16
1:1s
susanaschaller
17:16
project priorities
Diana Arrieta
17:17
OKR planning, planning, scrum rituals, standups
Amanda
17:18
Sprint planning, stakeholder updates, weekly meetings
Kamilla Boross
17:20
When to have the next meeting
S Johnson
17:20
To make decisions
heather.gardner
17:20
1:1, planning, team mtg
thaenninen
17:26
Alignment between teams
Victoria Virasingh
17:35
solving a problem
Meg Hartley
17:38
syncs
Meg Hartley
23:29
Good pace
Anna MacLachlan
28:36
A process for rolling out reviews
heather.gardner
28:37
Conversational templates
Nura Renke
28:46
A roadmap of what to do
Kamilla Boross
28:47
1st review happened
Anna MacLachlan
28:58
executive buy in for review roll out
Corrine
29:05
roll-out
Ellen Dunne
29:08
An approved process for performance reviews, or changes to be convdsidered to modify Sarah’s proposal
Meg Hartley
29:08
proposal
Anna MacLachlan
29:43
Reviews will be established/happening
Rachel N
29:50
Process has been established and a review will have been conducted
heather.gardner
29:52
decrease in attrition?
Diana Arrieta
30:12
Feedback received on the current process to improve it
Ruth
40:12
too vague/open-ended
heather.gardner
40:13
broad
Meg Hartley
40:15
Too broad
Anna MacLachlan
40:16
broad
Corrine
40:17
verybroad
heather.gardner
40:17
overwhelming
Meredith Bertasi
40:17
boring
Rachel N
40:17
Right direction but ambiguous
Monique Sterling
40:28
counterproductive
Kamilla Boross
40:31
No direction
susanaschaller
41:08
yes broad and may provoke disagreement at start of the mtg
Ruth
43:14
it’s a rhetorical question?
Meredith Bertasi
43:16
Inspiring! And it makes it clear what the value of the outcome is (helping high achievers, growing the company)
Laura
43:17
it's aspirational, collaborative, motivating
heather.gardner
43:21
GREAT
Victoria Virasingh
43:24
brings you along
Anna MacLachlan
43:28
Great context/reason why we’re doing this
heather.gardner
43:39
engaging
Ruth
43:39
But are people meant to answer after this question?
susanaschaller
43:39
more thought provoking
Corrine
43:43
They are much more exacting, helps the mood of those stakeholders
Kamilla Boross
43:45
call for a conversatioon
Ruth
43:50
Or is it just to introduce what we will be talking about
Monique Sterling
43:53
Worded differently, but could still be refined.
Ruth
43:56
(No response expected?)
Meg Hartley
44:12
Presents the intent of the meeting
Meg Hartley
44:17
Engages folks
Diana Arrieta
45:28
1
Victoria Virasingh
45:31
1
Anna MacLachlan
45:36
1
Kamilla Boross
45:37
2
Erna
45:38
2
Rachel N
45:40
2
Ann
45:42
1
susanaschaller
45:45
2
Amanda
45:47
2
heather.gardner
45:50
2
Meg Hartley
45:50
1
heather.gardner
48:20
I would like to know how we can foster creativity among our teams
Anna MacLachlan
48:36
How does our company become synonymous with diversity and inclusion in the workplace?
Meg Hartley
48:53
We all would like to feel included in our company and I’d love to get your thoughts on how to do so both for yourself and for others.
Victoria Virasingh
49:59
I would like to know what we can do currently to create a workplace that draws a variety of people that want to work here?Imagine that you work alongside coworkers have different of gender, race, socio-economic statusIn particular think about what a diverse workplace can offer in terms of creativity and innovation in our business units?How can we foster a diverse workplace?
Rachel N
50:15
I would like to know your thoughts on team productivity. Imagine a space where our team could learn new things and be innovative and drive company outcomes .In particular, think about how we would balance this in with our every day work. How can we encourage our team to be more creative?
Amanda
50:22
I would like to know when you felt most creative in the team. Imagine / think back to the time you felt most creative working on this product. In particular, think about a creative solution that saved us time or addressed user challenges. What helped you to be more creative?
heather.gardner
50:24
I would like to know what your approaches have been to bringing creativity into your teams. Imagine a vibration of energy that permeates the group and in particular think about positive attitudes and celebrations. How can we encourage our teams to be more creative
Kamilla Boross
50:34
Imagine, we have been announced as the most creative team in the company, why would they say so?
Meg Hartley
50:44
I would like to know your thoughts on how to create a diverse workplace. Imagine a place that feel welcoming to all types of people. In particular think about, new people who are entering our company and need support. How do you think we can create that type of company?
C.C.
57:14
Must dash. Thank you for this!
C.C.
57:27
Looking forward to getting the recording/slides.
Ann
57:42
Do you share the meaningful question beforehand to all participants or ask during the meeting?
Rachel N
01:05:27
Thanks for your time! Really appreciated your insights!
Anna MacLachlan
01:05:33
Thank you!
Sophie Nazerian
01:05:37
Thank you everyone! -Sophie from Tech Ladies
Victoria Virasingh
01:05:39
thanks!
Corrine
01:05:40
Thank you very much! Greatly appreciate it-