Productive Meetings in Boston1. Send out the agenda ahead of time. Give attendees a chance to prepare well for the meting by sending out a written agenda at least one day in advance. This will help participants understand what they need to focus on and can bring questions to the table accordingly.
2. Schedule frequent breaks. When you're planning a meeting that will run longer than an hour, plan at least a 15 minute break so attendees have time to process all the information shared in the meeting. A brief change of scenery can
3. Choose the right venue. Boston is home to several historic restaurants and lounges that are perfect for happy hours and social events before or after a meeting. Choose a venue that puts you and your guests within a short walk or drive of these venues to support new connections and relationships formed from the event.