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Why Having Weekly Team Meetings Can Benefit Your Workplace



With many of us still working from home, and this trend looking like it is here to stay, it can be difficult to connect with team members on a daily, if not weekly basis. However, there are many benefits that meeting as a team whether in person or virtually can have on your business as well as overall company morale. Below we highlight our top five reasons why every workplace should still check in at least once a week with everyone on the team.


  1. Allows individuals to still feel connected. This is a way for individuals to talk to colleagues face to face and get that human interaction that we all need. Working from home it can be difficult to connect with others with many of us being tempted to direct message rather than setting up a face to face meeting or a phone call. A simple one-hour meeting with all team members can help alleviate the feeling of being alienated from coworkers and the workplace.

  2. It can be a space where team members brainstorm together. Sometimes the best work that we can do is when we collaborate with other individuals. Gathering all together can create a safe and open space for everyone to share their ideas and build on the ideas mentioned. The team can have a higher chance of coming up with a great project idea together than each person doing it separately. This is also a great way to be more productive and get other tasks done that you may not have the chance to otherwise.

  3. Setting up a time at the end of the meeting for everyone to ask questions or ask for help can be a great way for people to get the productive help they need. One person on a team may be able to help more than others. When everyone on a team is gathered together this increases the chances of receiving help. This can be much more effective than an individual reaching out to everyone on the team separately and can potentially lead to more successful help and collaboration.

  4. Weekly team meetings are a great way to build and maintain company morale. Even if you do not have a specific purpose for the meeting, a weekly check-in can be a great way to gather as a team together to chat and catch up.

  5. These meetings can be a great motivator for everyone in the meeting. Whether your employees need a pep talk or some things are not going as strongly as you would like, a simple huddle is sure to encourage them to meet the goals and continue to strive for better.


No matter the reason you choose to hold a weekly meeting, it is sure to boost the w