By Michelle Redmond, Sharp – Twenty-three hours a week. That’s how much time on average that an executive spends in meetings, according to MIT’s Sloan Management Review. That’s approximately three whole business days’ worth of in-person and remote meetings, and for some of us it feels like even more. While most meetings are essential and help move forward impactful ideas, even the most important or most stimulating could use a boost.
Oftentimes, it’s not about the meeting content but about the environment itself that can be draining. For example, lighting, air quality, humidity and temperature can have a meaningful impact on the success and productivity of a meeting room workspace. Anyone who has tried to do a brainstorm session in a room that’s either too hot or too cold knows that it’s almost impossible to concentrate and come up with good ideas.
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