wonder how much money each meeting costs your company? The Meeting Cost Clock
will help you find out.
Simply download the clock and open it at your next meeting. Enter the number
of participants in your meeting and their average hourly wage, then click start.
The counter will tabulate your meeting cost as the clock runs. When the meeting
is finished, just click stop for a final tally of the time spent in the meeting
and the cost.
Use this tool to prove to your boss just how effective and cost-efficient your
meetings are or to show meeting attendees how expensive long, poorly planned
meetings can be. You can also compare the cost of your meetings before and after
you put effective meeting practices into effect.
Simply click the link. When prompted, save the file to a folder in your hard
drive. When you want to use the clock, open the file from your hard drive, enter
an average hourly wage, enter the number of participants and click start. When
your meeting is finished, click stop and review the results.
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