Selecting Meeting Rooms
Having a meeting room is essential, as meetings can often be difficult to schedule and hold without it. You don’t want to spend all day looking for a space and then find out that it’s not available when you need it. A meeting room should be easily accessible and be easy to find. Otherwise, you may end up wasting time and money. Also, your focus may shift from your meeting to finding the perfect room.
What is a meeting room called?
While there are ways to avoid double bookings, it’s important to make sure your booking system is flexible enough to handle any type of unexpected event. For example, in shared office spaces, people may forget to cancel their meetings or to change the time. These “ghost” meetings are frustrating and can negatively affect workplace productivity.
Meeting rooms come in different styles and sizes. Some are lecture-style and are suited for large-scale meetings. Others have long tables and chairs that seat several people. If your meetings are more intimate, you might want to use a boardroom or a U-shaped room. The purpose of the meeting will determine the style and size of the room.
In addition to facilitating business meetings, meeting rooms can also be used for training and skill sharing. This is an important aspect of modern hybrid work and should be considered when selecting a space.