After steering a consensus at the end of every meeting, allow two minutes to grade it.
Have the meeting’s chairperson go around the table and ask every attendee to give the meeting a letter grade. If someone doesn’t characterize it as an A, ask them to pinpoint what would have made it an A.
Through this initiative, your team can recognize the factors that influence the success of your meetings. The attendees take collective responsibility to make future meetings an A and cut barriers to achieving your organization’s objectives.
Few managers do this, but it’s a game changer. Close on a tone of achievement.