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Navigating Meeting Dashboards
Navigating Meeting Dashboards

Learn more about Meeting Dashboards for real-time insights on the people you are meeting with!

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Written by Taylor Nash
Updated over a week ago

By integrating your calendar with Cloverleaf, you can receive Calendar Insights and view the teammates you are meeting with on Meeting Dashboards, helping you better understand your teammates and get the most out of your meetings.

Navigate to Calendar Insights on My Dashboard. If your calendar is not yet integrated, connect your calendar for insights and Meeting Dashboards.

Click "View Dashboard" to navigate to your Meeting Dashboard for any event.

From here, you will be taken to a generated Meeting Dashboard. Use this dashboard to learn about your teammates as a way to prepare for your meetings.

Meeting Dashboards will only be generated for people who have existing accounts on Cloverleaf, and in meetings where at least 2 teammates have Cloverleaf accounts.

Meeting Dashboards respect the Privacy Settings of each team member. For example: If a person has privacy set to open to anyone with or without a Cloverleaf account, they will appear on any Meeting Dashboard where they are part of the meeting. If a person has privacy set to only my teammates and those in my Coaching Network, if you are not a part of their Coaching Network or actively on a team with them- they will be hidden from your Meeting Dashboard.

Meeting Dashboards are separate from Team Dashboards and are generated with each meeting to give you relevant insights for your day.

Try exploring your meeting dynamics by leveraging different assessment results, the Team Roles grid, and the Thinking Style Comparison tool. You can use Meeting Dashboards to get ready for a meeting or have a quick chat about it at the start of your call.

Let's look at how a team perceives and processes information based on 16 Types. In the team described below, most members have an intuitive personality type, while only one team member is a sensor. This could mean that while the majority of the team prefers to see the big picture, the team member with a sensing personality type might focus on the details to build the overall picture. How might this difference in perception affect the way this team communicates during their meetings?

Maybe this team in the example below is working on a continuous project. From VIA, it looks like this team is full of big thinkers who are abstract thinkers. How might the strengths of the team indicate where they can drive forward success, and where there might be gaps to bridge?

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