A quick talk with a colleague or the boss may not seem like a "meeting," but you should treat it like one nonetheless. Even a telephone call puts demands on your ability to organize your thoughts and get your points across. No matter how brief, one-on-one meetings are chances to communicate, and to do it well. Here are some tips:
Start on time.
Have a clear purpose.
Devise a good opening.
Summarize your key points at the end.