Review the scenario below. Then complete the step-by-step instructions.
Plant Pals recently shipped test batches of plants to customers in advance of the formal service launch. To gauge customer satisfaction with the product and the service, your team surveyed 50 customers over a period of four weeks. After two weeks, the survey revealed three major issues concerning product quality, delivery timelines, and customer support. This feedback helped you make improvements to later test shipments.
Once you completed the survey, you presented the most important data points to your core team and outlining possible next steps. Your insights included:
You’ve decided to schedule a meeting with your team to discuss these insights, solicit feedback, and discuss your proposed next steps.
Step 1: List the attendees
List anyone who can add to the discussion or who will be directly affected by the meeting’s topics. For this meeting, you will need your whole core team, including:
Step 2: State the purpose and expectations
Next, briefly summarize the purpose of the meeting and what you hope to achieve. Be sure to think about your audience, the kind of meeting you’re holding, and the topics you need to address. Setting a clear purpose and expectations helps everyone understand why they need to be there.
Note: You may want to revise this summary after you set the agenda.
Step 3: Plan the meeting agenda
Now review the scenario to identify at least three topics or next steps you want to address. List them next to Topic #1, Topic #2, and Topic #3.
Next, consider how you want to approach each topic. For example, you might want to give a short update, organize a brainstorming session, or have an informal discussion. Add the approach you will use for each topic.
Finally, make note of which team members are most important for each topic and how you want them to participate.
For example, if you know that one of the topics is, “Investigate additional causes for late deliveries,” you may want to approach the topic by having a brainstorming session with specific team members about how to fix the problem.
Note: You can leave the Notes and Action Items sections blank for now. Be sure to make space for them, so you can record topics discussed, decisions made, and actions to be taken.
Step 1: Address your email
Enter your attendees’ email addresses in the To: field. For this exercise, enter “[email protected].”
Step 2: Add a subject line
Give the email a descriptive subject that explains what the message is about.
Step 3: Compose your email
The email should describe the meeting’s purpose and expectations and give context for the agenda items. Try to keep it brief—this should be a general overview, not a detailed breakdown.
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