POPin for Meetings is a great way to build trust within your team. This use case consists of two questions, one to source questions or topics to cover before your meeting and one to allow your team to ask questions and provide feedback after the meeting.

Before your meeting, ask your team for topics or questions that they'd like you to cover. Close the loop on your before the meeting question to show your team that you care about addressing the things that are important to them. It's also a great way to introduce your team to POPin and to demonstrate that their responses are truly anonymous.

After your meeting, give your team the ability to ask questions and provide feedback on the meeting as a whole. This will give them a safe way to ask for clarity without judgement. It also can help you as a leader be sure that your message was understood and your team is all marching in the same direction.


Watch the video below to learn how companies are using POPin to improve meetings across their organizations.

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