Better meetings with Check in
More fun, more happy people in your team
Meetings should be efficient and fun
Check-in questions help you and your team start meetings more focused. They centre your attention, bring everyone mentally to the table, and encourage open communication within the team.
WORK: Check-in questions that provide orientation and clarity for your project or meeting. BOND: Check-in questions that bring your team closer unitedly. PLAY: Check-in questions that clear your head and put you in a good mood.
At the beginning and end of each meeting, ask yourselves what would do your team good in that specific situation, decide on a category, and then Happy Answering!
Get to know the author
Beli Löw – Notion Certified Consultant
Templates are my adult version of Lego, and creating them is my new favourite game.
After founding two companies since I was 18, worked in project management and software development for over 10 years, I found the tool which inspired me to represent every area of my life within it for the last four years so far.
Why I love this template
First: Just one click and your meeting notes are prepared. Second: It’s always good to have a team check in to understand how the team members feel, and address the focus of the topic.
No matter what your level of expertise with Notion is, either you can implement it by your own or you’d need help with the job,
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Get only the Template
- Just duplicate the template to your space and start using it
A Notion Template is a publicly shared page in Notion that can be duplicated. This allows you to use existing templates for you. In Notion itself you can find some templates. You can also get other people's templates online.
Once you open the template, click on the button
Duplicate in the upper right corner. Now select the workspace you want to place it.
Of course! Once you duplicate it in your workspace, you’re free to modify it as you please, just like any other Notion Page.