I could see how a daily meeting could feel like a bit much. Although, I did work with a leader once who always started his day the exact same way - and that was by pulling his team together every morning (nothing formal, just stopping by to talk to them as a group) about the priorities for the day. He intentionally did this before checking his email which he felt like helped him maintain control over his day vs. going down whatever rabbit hole his email would have lead him down.

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Jessica Donahue, PHR

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