Understanding the Meetings Overview + A Glossary of Terms

1:1 and team meetings is a regular check-in between managers and employee(s) to give feedback, keep each other in the loop & resolve issues

1:1 and team meetings is a regular check-in between managers and employee(s). It’s used to give feedback, keep each other in the loop, resolve issues, and help the participants grow in their respective roles.

SuperBeings’ Meetings Overview page has been created to help managers schedule 1:1 and team check-ins, write a shared agenda, keep track of takeaways, and use agenda templates – all supported by best practices.

To know more about 1:1 meetings best practices read this

Glossary of Terms

Before we discuss the Overview details, here’s a quick glossary of common terms used frequently throughout our dashboard — 

  • Agenda — A list of things to do (outline)
  • Talking points — Aka topics to be discussed are points to be brought up during the meeting.
  • Private Note — Keep a personal record of how the 1:1 went and capture key takeaways for future reference
  • Public Note — Keep a public record of the key meeting takeaways that you and other participants can refer to in the future whenever needed 
  • Action Items — aka follow up items. Record and track any important to-dos from your 1:1 (Done after meeting is completed)

Meetings Overview Page Basics

The SuperBeings meetings dashboard aka Meetings Overview is extremely simple and can be accessed by clicking on Meetings on the sidebar.

The overview consists of the following options —

  • Today’s Meetings — It lists down all the meetings you have on your schedule for the specific day as well as SuperBeings recommended meetings. From the list, you can start or resume an already scheduled meeting, or schedule a new meeting based on your priority. You can also update / modify existing meeting agendas by clicking View Agenda > Edit.
  • Upcoming — This lists all your meetings scheduled for the entire month. 
  • Recommended — This is a list of all the meetings recommended by SuperBeings AI based on employee insights from daily engagement pulse.
  • Actions — This helps you keep track of all the action items (listed during individual meetings) in the format of a to-do list.
  • Drafts — This list keeps track of all the meetings that are in the middle of the scheduling process. You can resume editing where you left. 
  • History — This keeps the record of all the previous finished, unfinished, and due meetings. By accessing History, you can refer to all your previous meeting agendas and notes at any point in time as well as monitor all participant’s performance over time. 
SuperBeings Meetings Overview Page
SuperBeings Meetings Overview Page