Thad Thompson, September 29, 2021
Meetings are the lifeblood of high-performing teams — but outdated scheduling methods are hurting high performers.
If your organization is still using inefficient legacy scheduling systems (or worse, back-and-forth emails), then you’re costing your high-performing teams valuable time that could be spent closing deals, uncovering insights, and finding new talent. Keeping your teams effective means streamlining their scheduling and sorting processes.
Fortunately, creating scheduling efficiencies isn’t some obscure project management process. Forward-thinking companies have made it part of their normal operations. They’re using scheduling automation to relieve their teams of monotonous logistics and give them more time to focus on work that matters:
Sales teams are better prepared and able to engage with leads when they’re most interested.
Customer success leaders can pilot new workflows and reassign resources without disrupting a specialist’s day.
Recruiters can remove time barriers to have better, more personal conversations with more candidates and improve their interview-to-hire ratios.
Learn how teams from Lyft, Ancestry, and Stack Overflow rely on scheduling automation to transform their meeting lifecycle — and how you can use the same approach to help your company achieve its goals more quickly.
Download the e-book today to streamline scheduling and help your teams achieve more.
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