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March 10, 2019 Wedding Anniversary Wishes 4 comments

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Every single person on here has done things like miss meetings or occasionally misinterpret communications. I don't see the need for the harsh judgement and assumptions in some of the comments.

I agree with the other answers about apologizing. However, there's no need to make a big production about it. Just say to the key folks that you're sorry you missed the meeting and don't go into unnecessary detail about why. If someone then asks for further explanation, give it to the person that asked-- preferably in person.

One of the important things about apologies is that they need to scale to the situation in question. If your apology is TOO profuse for the transgression, it merely draws attention to the gaffe. If your apology is missing or not enough, of course, that reflects badly on you.

As far as avoiding this type of problem in the future, do your best, but realize that you like everyone else will sometimes drop the ball. If it happens too much that's another more serious problem. I disagree with trying to make any disingenuous assurances that "this will never happen again".

answered Mar 23 '14 at 18:40


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When you’re on probation you may have meetings with your offender manager. This will usually happen at your local probation office.

At your first meeting your offender manager will explain:

  • the rules of your probation
  • the dates, times and places of future meetings
  • any appointments you must go to, for example training courses or treatment
  • what happens if you do not do what you are asked

Your offender manager will ask you to read and agree to a ‘sentence plan’. This will tell you the rules you have to stick to during your probation and what your responsibilities are.

What you must tell your offender manager

You must tell your offender manager if:

  • you plan to change your name or address
  • you will not be able to make any meetings you have arranged with them
  • you’re having problems sticking to the rules of your probation

If you miss a scheduled meeting with your offender manager, you should get in touch and tell them why. You may need to provide proof, like a letter from a doctor or your employer.

You are allowed to miss meetings or appointments to attend religious or other important events if you give your offender manager advance notice.

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The Missed Mentor Meeting

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All I can do is offer my sincere apologies for missing our appointment this afternoon. Of all this year's meetings, this was the one I wanted and needed to attend. I had no idea we would be held up in the holiday traffic for so long. I have resisted buying a cellular phone, but today's frustration has convinced me that I must get one. I hope I can still have a chance to present my proposal to you and Mr. Doe. My sincere thanks for your patience and consideration.

Sample Letter #2


Please forgive me for missing our Tuesday appointment. I realize that you had to rearrange your schedule only to be frustrated. Ever since we agreed to hold the meeting, I have looked forward to exchanging ideas and deciding on a plan of action. Somehow, I thought the meeting was at 11 a.m. so I spent the time in my office preparing a presentation. From now on, I will check my calendar first thing in the morning. Can we reschedule? I am still very interested in meeting with you. And again, please forgive my temporary absent-mindedness.

Sample Letter #3


I apologize for coming late to the division meeting this morning. One of my staff came to my office with a serious personal problem and I had to make a choice. I stayed to talk with him. I realize that I missed an opportunity to give my report. I hope I can still give it in our next meeting. I know it must be frustrating for you to not have my information at the outset. I fully support the division's initiatives and want to do my best to contribute to them.

Sample Letter #4


I am sorry I missed our appointment yesterday. I had been looking forward to our meeting today, but when I rechecked my calendar I discovered that the meeting was, in fact, scheduled for yesterday.

I realize how busy you are and that your time is valuable, but I hope this oversight will not prevent us from rescheduling our appointment. Meeting with you means a great deal to me, and I assure you, this will not happen again.

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Sorry, I’m in a meeting. I’ll call you later!!!

Vlad Haiduc
Teambuilding Manager @ Azimut Happy Employees

„Sorry, I’m in a meeting. I’ll call you later!!!”

We constantly hear this statement. It is due to the fact that meetings take up most of our time throughout the day. We often schedule and attend meetings whenever we want to plan or take action. Having a lot of these rendezvous, company meetings have become one of the most common time thieves which have a negative impact on our productivity. If we add the 69% of the people who consider meetings inefficient and the 9% of those who literally fall asleep at meetings, we can conclude that these types of encounters have a major impact on the overall performance in the workplace environment.

Employers began to understand this need that employees have, especially in the cases where it is more likely to appear in the ranks of middle management. Sometimes, in the quest for finding solutions to the problem, we forget generational needs are different. The reactions of millennials (those born between 1980-2000) towards meetings are different from the reactions of those who are about to retire or are waiting for a promotion (after a 10-year service).

So, where do we start?

Microsoft Corp. performed a study in which they found that, due to a more digitalized lifestyle, young people have an attention span of 8 seconds. 77% of those interviewed, between the ages of 18 and 24, state that if nothing catches their attention directly, they turn to their mobile phones.

When it comes to direct interaction, even if they are technology freaks and connoisseurs, the people in the study prefer face-to-face meetings to video or remote conferences. Dan Schawbel states that the Y Generation is “a generation whose voice must be heard and which must participate in conversation instead of sitting and staring at a video-projector.”

We understand that different generations have different needs, but there is a specific set of actions which brings all generations closer together, when it comes to meetings. Steps to take:

  • Pick a moderator and encourage your employees to take turns in terms of who moderates the next session. If the meeting exceeds 45 minutes, you can have two moderators in order to engage more people.

  • Assign an active role to the others. One individual can keep track of time; another can take notes regarding the decisions that are taken, and another can make sure that the discussion does not drift away from the main topic.

  • Try to limit the presence of gadgets as much as possible throughout the meeting. Ask the participants not to take their phone, tablet or laptop in the meeting room. Instead, prepare some pens and paper for each to write down possible questions or issues.

  • Only 43% of them will remember what the meeting was about so an output should be the first thing a moderator should send to the participants, after the meeting. If you set up certain tasks, the output should be sent and printed to ensure we gave out all the details.

  • Decrease telephone conferences or Skype group meetings as much as possible. Instead, you can hold the meeting as scheduled and have a responsible who commits to inform the ones who could not make it.

  • Discuss certain topics only with the ones who are directly involved in the subject matter and not with the whole group attending the meeting. For example, if certain topics only interest 2 or 3 people in the room, try to have the discussion outside the meeting only with those people, in order not to make the rest of the audience participate in an irrelevant conversation.

Improving meetings one step at a time and implementing solutions which work and are relevant for your business and team, you can transform the regular meetings in useful moments, full of knowledge transfer and creative ideas.

“Sorry, I forgot to call you, I had a very pleasant meeting and forgot all about it…”


  1. http://www.apbspeakers.com/resources/whitepapers/SchawbelWhitePaper.pdf
  2. https://www.cimunity.com/fileadmin/uploads/startseite_de/What-Millennials-Want-in-Meetings.pdf
  3. The manager’s pocket guide to strategic and business planning by Stephen G. Haines
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