What We Do

When you eliminate low-value activities such as overcrowded or ill-designed meetings and unclear or unnecessary emails, you get to spend time on work that really matters, such as discovering a breakthrough treatment for a life-threatening illness or creating the technology that will reinvent an industry. You also feel more energized, engaged, and in control. This is our aspiration for our clients.

We work side-by-side with forward-thinking leaders to find a set of high-leverage actions that they can take to get them from where they are starting to where they want to be. Whether it’s resetting the standard meeting duration to 45 minutes, blocking off no meeting hours at certain times of day, or upgrading the skills of key individuals in the organization, we design the process which will catalyze a new set of expectations and ways of working in the organization and create real lasting change.

Looking to shift your organization’s culture to one that values its time as much as it values money?

Hoping to unlock the innovation trapped under a complex matrixed organization?

Hungry to address long-standing employee engagement issues around ease of doing business?

The experts at Stop Meeting Like This will partner with you to design and implement a change program that raises the standard for how time is invested and clears away the inefficient work practices blocking your company’s best thinking.

Our Process

  1. Assess Health

    Establish a shared call to action through a cultural diagnostic based on multiple sources of quantitative and qualitative data

  2. Design Intervention

    Design an approach for catalyzing new ways of working

  3. Inspire Change

    Equip and empower the organization to implement new practices

  4. Sustain Progress

    Monitor and celebrate progress while removing stumbling blocks

  • Stop Meeting Like This

    47% of meeting time is seen as unproductive

  • Driven to Distraction

    Office workers check their inbox 30 times per hour

  • There, but not really‚Ķ

    Worldwide, only 13% of employees are engaged at work