Below you will find all of the Meeting agenda items available to you in RESULTS. Either click on the name of the agenda item or scroll down to read the description.
List of Agenda Items
You can use a custom agenda item to customize the title of the agenda item for your meeting. Custom Agenda Item, as in all agenda items, allows attendees to submit comments, questions, decisions, parking lot items, or create tasks.
This agenda item allows you to create customized multi-questions. If you have certain questions you like to ask your directs every 1 on 1, or your team during a weekly team meeting, you can create an agenda item with your own customized questions. For example, "What accomplishment(s) are you most proud of achieving in the last week?" "What challenges or roadblocks did you experience last week?" "Are there any training gaps that need to be addressed?" Separate each question with a semicolon (;) when setting up this agenda item.
This agenda items automatically lets you view the meeting notes of last week's meeting, and allows you to view previous meeting notes as well. You can also view tasks. This is perfect for recurring meetings. Review the notes from last week's meeting; is there anything you need to follow-up on? Write a comment, question, or decision. Toggle from "Notes" to "Tasks" to see if the tasks agreed upon last week were completed.
This agenda item comes with three pre-populated fields:
- Road Blocks:
The "Done:" section is for writing what you got done yesterday (or day of if hosted at the end of the day). This should be specific.
The "Doing:" section is for writing what you will get done today (or the next day if hosted at the end of the day). This should be specific.
The "Road Blocks:" section is for capturing any blockages, frustrations, requests, or suggestions you would like the team to discuss and resolve.
This agenda item pulls all the goals for the team of your choice. This is perfect for team meetings because you can focus on the goals of a single team. You can add this agenda item multiple times to a meeting so you can view the Sales teams metrics followed by the Marketing teams metrics in the same meeting if you choose.
This agenda item shows you the data for one single goal of your choice. RESULTS.com is built to help clients execute on their Strategy and win. Being able to have Strategic Project meetings that focus on just a single project, really helps to keep your team focused on the purpose of the meeting without the distractions of other projects or metrics
This agenda item pulls all the goals for the entire company. Make sure all team metrics and projects are up to date. If any goals are shown in red, ask "What's happening here? What's the Next Step? What support do you need from me?" and enter any discussion as comments, questions, decisions, or tasks. In a leadership meeting, this is also where the head of each department can share an update.
This agenda item pulls all the goals for an individual user of your choice. This is perfect for 1-on-1 weekly meetings. Make sure all individual metrics and projects are up to date. If any metrics are shown in red, ask "What's happening here? What's the Next Step? What support do you need from me?" and enter any discussion as comments, questions, decisions, or tasks.
This agenda items comes with two pre-populated fields:
- Personal Good News:
- Business Good News:
In addition to setting the tone, personal good news stories help team members learn about each other’s lives outside of work. Use a key work accomplishment from last week as your business good news story. These should be entered prior to the meeting.
This agenda item allows everyone to post hot agenda items that come up on a weekly basis that may not necessarily be tied to a KPI or Strategic project. For example, if Sales is struggling to win over a key prospect without case studies or the need to decide on a venue for the company's holiday party. Make sure the "parking lot" dropdown option is used when submitting parking lot items. They will show on the right-hand side and are visible company-wide.
This agenda item allows everyone to enter the #1 task each individual will complete between now and the next meeting that will have the greatest impact on their area of the business. Ideally, it is not a mundane “business as usual / do my job” activity. The task must be within your control; one that you agree to be held firmly accountable for completing before the next meeting. It is always a weekly task. This does not mean everyone only accomplishes one thing every week. You can still tackle all of your items on your to-do list. This is about getting everyone focused.
If you entered core values in your Strategy section, they will auto-populate in the dropdown for the Core Value Story agenda item. You will have the option to select the core value, the person's name you are nominating, and submit a story. In this section, you nominate anyone in the company, never yourself, for embodying one of your core values. You share a specific example of how they demonstrated this in the past week.
This agenda items pulls everyone under your "Strategy" section into your meeting. Bring your entire One Page Plan into any meeting you run in RESULTS.com. It's great for Strategy reviews and planning sessions but if you run an All Hands meeting, having your Strategic Project leaders post project highlights against this agenda item is an amazing way to keep everyone engaged in your company Vision. Showing them the progress and recognizing their contribution will improve their belief in what they do, giving them a sense of belonging and connection to your vision
Similar to the STRATEGIC PLAN REVIEW agenda item, this will bring in just your Projects and Metric goal that appear on your plan. A must for any Strategy Progress meetings.
This agenda items allows you to capture a one-line statement, quote, or phrase that sums up how you are feeling or what you are thinking at this moment. This is usually used at the end of the meeting.
This agenda item comes with two pre-populated fields:
- What went wrong:
- What went well:
This is great to guide a team to reflect on a project/goal.
This agenda item is an open space to write comments or decisions and also create tasks based on the discussion from the "Agile Retrospective" agenda item.