How to Build a Strong Line of Communication with Your Manager

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Having a two way street for communication and visibility between a manager and teammates is one of the most important things to master, but can often be the most challenging. Priority Matrix makes this effortless to achieve. Learn how to increase visibility, improve communication, and align priorities in a matter of minutes.

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2.08s and move forward and share my screen
5.28s one other thing that i like to ask is if
7.44s for whatever reason during the duration
10.08s of this webinar you're not able to hear
12.48s me or
13.68s maybe you're not able to see my screen
15.84s um but you should be able to see now
18.56s please just drop that comment into the
20.96s chat box um because i'm going to be
22.96s keeping an eye on that
24.56s you can also drop your questions and
26.80s comments into the chat box as well if
28.80s you don't feel comfortable coming off
30.48s mute in the middle of the webinar
33.44s so a couple of options there the goal
36.00s for today's presentation is to you know
38.64s provide you all with some content that's
40.72s actually helpful in terms of getting
42.40s started with priority matrix so your
44.80s feedback is very much welcome
49.28s okay so today's it for today's topic we
51.84s are going to be looking at how to build
53.84s a strong line of communication with your
56.84s manager so it's always a kind kind of an
1:0.24 interesting dynamic when we look at
1:2.72 priority matrix being used with
1:4.80 management and with the teammates
1:7.52 and when i say interesting i i
1:9.44 definitely only mean that in a positive
1:11.76 light and
1:13.60 you know it's such a ongoing
1:15.68 conversation which is
1:17.76 how can we effectively communicate with
1:19.92 our management and with our teammates
1:23.04 without having to email or you know have
1:25.36 so many meetings
1:27.36 the goal is to have a kind of a two-way
1:29.84 street of communication for constant
1:32.24 progress updates
1:34.32 and you know constant chatter amongst
1:36.40 each other to make sure that your
1:38.24 priorities are aligned but how do we
1:40.48 achieve that again without emailing and
1:42.80 without having meetings
1:48.08 i've been lucky enough to
1:50.08 be with affluence for just about six
1:52.16 years at this point and
1:54.80 during those six years i've done a lot
1:56.48 of customer success and a lot of sales
1:59.60 and that's giving me the opportunity to
2:1.76 speak to our users firsthand those who
2:4.08 are first first seeing priority matrix
2:6.56 and
2:7.68 you know i get to hear a lot of their
2:9.04 feedback in terms of
2:11.20 communication challenges that they're
2:12.72 having with their management and
2:14.80 throughout the organization before they
2:16.56 adopt priority matrix
2:20.08 these communication challenges typically
2:22.32 look like sending dozens of emails with
2:24.56 several of them going unseen
2:27.04 struggling to follow up with
2:28.16 conversations through microsoft teams
2:30.80 and a lack of visibility and a lack of
2:33.12 progress updates
2:34.72 so i know for a lot of us on the webinar
2:36.96 today this um this definitely can
2:39.44 resonate with you because this these are
2:41.36 not
2:42.32 challenges that are just limited to a
2:43.92 certain type of role or certain
2:45.60 organization they're definitely felt
2:47.84 across you know essentially every team
2:50.40 that doesn't have a good system in place
2:52.32 right now
2:56.08 the priority matrix approach is set up
2:58.24 to support streamlined communication
3:0.16 into just one central system
3:2.96 on the next slide i'm going to talk
3:4.40 about the office 365 integrations as
3:6.96 well
3:8.16 which is again going to kind of help you
3:10.00 work through that system they're already
3:11.52 using being the microsoft teams platform
3:14.88 we provide a visual approach for
3:16.56 progress updates and prioritization
3:19.92 one of our biggest goals with priority
3:21.52 matrix is to help you keep your
3:23.12 priorities aligned
3:24.64 across your team across the department
3:26.80 or across the organization whoever is
3:28.96 using priority
3:30.84 matrix not only do we want to help you
3:33.52 keep your priorities aligned but we
3:36.00 wanted you to be able to understand
3:37.76 these priorities at a quick glance
3:39.60 without having to ask questions or you
3:42.16 know dig through
3:43.60 some type of list of things you have to
3:45.68 get done
3:46.80 with the four quadrant approach you're
3:49.36 able to very quickly just visually
3:51.52 understand what the priorities look like
3:56.16 priority matrix also provides contextual
3:58.40 evidence for our more effective meetings
4:0.64 so kind of going along with that idea of
4:3.20 having an open line of communication
4:5.20 between management
4:6.80 and the teammates
4:8.40 during these meetings we want to help
4:10.08 you communicate effectively and by being
4:12.48 able to provide a little bit more
4:14.08 evidence
4:15.28 and details for what you're working on
4:17.76 this communication can really improve
4:19.92 and you can get a lot more done in a
4:21.76 short period of time
4:26.64 so as i mentioned priority matrix does
4:28.96 integrate directly with your office 365
4:32.24 applications such as microsoft teams and
4:35.20 outlook 365
4:37.20 and sharepoint
4:39.60 over the last couple of years i've seen
4:41.84 an increasing number of organizations
4:44.00 start to use microsoft teams
4:46.24 and because of this we took it upon
4:48.16 ourselves here at affluence to make sure
4:50.32 that priority matrix has
4:52.40 an incredibly strong integration with
4:54.48 the teams platform so for those of you
4:57.28 who have adopted teams primarily you're
4:59.60 able to continue working in there but
5:2.00 you can you know kind of elevate your
5:4.56 prioritization and communication with
5:6.96 your team
5:11.76 so what are we going to be looking at in
5:13.68 the live priority matrix demo which will
5:16.32 be coming up just following the screen
5:20.48 i'm going to teach you how you can have
5:22.64 a powerful communicative relationship
5:25.28 between a manager and teammate
5:28.32 again it's always an interesting topic
5:30.16 because
5:31.20 you know there's such a fine line
5:32.88 between
5:33.92 sharing progress
5:35.68 and being in touch constantly or feeling
5:38.56 like it's kind of overbearing and
5:40.16 spending too much time in your emails
5:42.00 and sharing progress updates
5:44.24 priority matrix is definitely able to
5:46.24 help you find that balance
5:49.12 i'm gonna show you how you can use
5:50.64 priority matrix with microsoft teams
5:52.56 specifically in a couple different
5:54.08 places for
5:55.52 central communication
5:57.60 and we're also going to look at how you
5:59.12 can effectively share and receive status
6:1.36 updates and a couple different views
6:3.28 that throughout priority matrix
6:7.60 so with all that being said i wanted to
6:9.28 remind you all that your questions are
6:10.96 definitely welcome
6:12.40 while we kind of transition screens here
6:15.04 and i pull up my actual priority matrix
6:18.00 application
6:19.28 it would be a great time to ask any
6:21.28 questions that you might have
6:28.80 okay perfect
6:31.44 so what are we looking at here on my
6:33.36 screen for those of you who are just
6:35.60 seeing priority matrix now for the very
6:37.76 first time i'm going to give you just
6:39.68 kind of a quick demo so you can
6:41.04 understand kind of the lay of the land
6:43.52 so the during the duration of this
6:45.76 webinar it's not terribly confusing it's
6:47.68 to kind of what i'm talking about here
6:51.04 so right now on my screen what we're
6:52.64 looking at this is my priority matrix
6:54.80 application
6:56.08 integrated directly into microsoft teams
6:58.80 so you'll see on the left hand side that
7:0.64 i've got priority matrix installed and i
7:2.88 have it pinned open
7:4.72 which i definitely suggest all of you do
7:7.52 this is going to allow priority matrix
7:9.44 to stay open really no matter where
7:11.68 you're working within your microsoft
7:13.68 teams platform
7:18.40 for those of you who do like to follow
7:20.16 along during this presentation i always
7:22.24 like to point out that i have in my
7:23.68 projects tab selected
7:25.68 and then i clicked on the four quadrants
7:27.92 and this kind of opens up that central
7:29.84 place
7:30.88 where you're going to be able to create
7:32.64 projects
7:33.76 which will then be shared with your
7:35.28 teammates and your management
7:38.24 so these projects are there to kind of
7:40.08 create a folder or a bucket if you will
7:42.88 to say hey you know here's all the
7:44.96 priorities that fit under this topic
7:46.88 that we are working on as a team
7:49.20 so from that management perspective they
7:51.44 know where to go to see those specific
7:53.44 status updates
7:54.96 for those priorities in that project
7:59.44 so a couple things i always like to
8:1.04 point out let's say you have a team of
8:4.08 30 people using priority matrix with you
8:8.08 when you go ahead and create a new
8:9.60 project so let's say you're an
8:11.20 individual contributor that's creating a
8:13.12 project
8:14.24 that maybe you only need to share with
8:16.40 your management and the whole group of
8:18.40 priority matrix users don't need to see
8:20.56 that project
8:22.16 that's no problem because that's
8:23.68 actually how priority matrix is set up
8:27.04 which is there to provide you that
8:28.72 privacy so you only have to share a
8:31.12 project with with those people that you
8:33.28 want to share with and whenever you're
8:35.52 ready it's not automatically going to be
8:37.60 shared with anybody
8:41.20 so when we go in here and i go ahead and
8:43.84 i open up a project
8:46.32 this is now going to be that central
8:48.00 space that i've been kind of referring
8:49.60 to where you're going to be able to
8:51.44 collaborate with your teammates
8:54.24 so now we're kind of getting down into
8:56.08 the nitty gritty which is
8:57.92 how do we have that effective
8:59.52 communication
9:1.44 on those different levels between
9:3.12 teammates and a management position or
9:5.68 maybe it's several managers or several
9:7.68 different levels of management
9:12.24 so a couple things i want to specify
9:14.40 here when i create a project and i share
9:17.20 it with my teammates like i've done i've
9:19.12 added project members which you can see
9:21.28 on the right hand side
9:23.28 at this point everybody in this project
9:26.00 is able to see these priorities if i go
9:28.24 in here and i add a new action item
9:30.56 we'll just say new invoice is
9:33.12 in progress for
9:34.84 company x and then we'll just say this
9:37.76 is going to be due in four hours
9:39.84 just kind of a miscellaneous example
9:41.68 here but again these two other people
9:44.56 that i share this project with are now
9:46.72 in fact able to see this priority that
9:49.44 i've added
9:51.84 the question now becomes
9:53.92 for management and for users in priority
9:56.56 matrix is
9:58.08 does my manager need to see
10:0.48 notifications for the specific priority
10:3.12 that i just added
10:4.72 or is it enough for them just to be able
10:6.96 to go into the project and click on it
10:9.12 and see these updates when they want to
10:12.64 if the answer is yes and you're thinking
10:14.64 i'm a manager and i want to see these
10:16.64 progress updates
10:18.40 in real time as they're updated on this
10:21.04 item
10:22.32 all that person would have to do is
10:24.08 simply add the manager as a follower to
10:26.48 the item
10:27.76 so again what we're doing is we're
10:29.20 saying okay now when i go in and i
10:31.44 update the progress
10:33.04 or maybe i share an update and say email
10:36.00 was sent to
10:37.84 you know person y at 8am this morning
10:42.48 whatever type of status update the user
10:45.20 sharing at this point all of these
10:47.20 people added as followers are getting
10:48.88 these direct notifications
10:51.12 so it's kind of an interesting thing to
10:53.28 keep in mind which is that you're
10:55.12 definitely able to give your management
10:57.04 visibility into this entire project
11:0.08 without bombarding them with
11:1.44 notifications because you can pick and
11:3.20 choose on an item level
11:5.20 what type of updates you want them to
11:7.28 see
11:8.08 within this project
11:11.68 so hopefully that kind of makes sense
11:13.12 that's a really big question that we
11:14.40 typically get which is what's the
11:15.76 difference between just sharing a
11:17.36 project and actually wanting my manager
11:19.84 to receive these notifications
11:23.04 so now what we've done by using the
11:24.96 priority matrix project and action items
11:27.52 to share status updates is
11:30.32 we've eliminated the need to email
11:33.12 hopefully eliminated the need to
11:34.64 schedule meetings to see these progress
11:36.56 updates
11:37.76 and we're able to do this all in one
11:39.60 central space so anybody involved in
11:42.00 this project
11:43.28 will be able to see these priorities and
11:45.36 status updates
11:46.96 on the fly
11:52.80 all right so kind of moving on here
11:54.64 again circling back to kind of the main
11:57.28 project view to retouch on this concept
11:59.68 which is you can share projects with
12:1.36 your managers and then you can decide on
12:4.00 an item level
12:5.84 which priorities you want them to get
12:7.92 notifications for
12:10.48 so in terms of sharing notifications and
12:12.72 again kind of keeping that two-way
12:14.24 street of communication open
12:16.64 from that management perspective when
12:18.64 you're ready to see
12:20.56 status updates in live time with these
12:24.08 alerts coming up
12:25.52 they're gonna cruise to the actually the
12:27.28 alert section which is where you're
12:29.44 gonna see deadlines that occur
12:31.52 and
12:32.88 new comments from your teammates on
12:34.96 those items that they've added you as
12:36.72 followers for anything that your team is
12:39.76 trying to share with you in terms of
12:41.52 notifications is going to come right
12:43.20 into the alert section
12:45.36 i also want you all to understand that
12:47.60 you can click on an item for more
12:49.28 context to bring it up on the right hand
12:51.36 side
12:52.64 and you can also clear notifications
12:54.80 when you need to
12:58.64 another really powerful view that i
13:0.64 always like to point out for managers
13:2.64 and teammates using priority matrix is
13:4.96 our agenda view
13:7.36 so what happens in the agenda is the
13:9.44 system automatically looks across
13:12.56 all of the projects that you have
13:15.12 and it says okay erica here's every
13:17.76 priority that you own that has a due
13:20.24 date for today
13:22.72 so
13:23.84 from the teammate perspective or you
13:26.48 know individual contributor if you will
13:28.88 if your manager has created priorities
13:31.44 and assigned them to you
13:33.44 across several different projects and
13:35.52 this agenda view is going to be your
13:37.20 go-to space to make sure that you're not
13:39.44 overlooking any of those priorities
13:41.84 across all those different projects
13:45.28 now shifting gears if i go to items i
13:48.16 follow remember this would be that use
13:50.88 case of
13:52.64 a teammate creating priorities
13:55.44 adding the manager as a follower and now
13:59.36 from that management role we can go to
14:1.44 this agenda view and see
14:3.68 all of the people that we oversee
14:6.48 all the priorities that they've invited
14:8.56 us to follow
14:10.32 based off of the deadlines that we have
14:13.20 so that manager can make sure that
14:15.68 they're on top of all the status updates
14:17.84 and
14:18.88 see kind of this condensed view of what
14:20.88 their teammates would deem is the
14:22.64 highest priorities
14:24.48 based off of the deadlines for every
14:26.80 single day for the next seven days
14:31.36 so this is a really powerful view and in
14:33.76 fact it's pretty unique to priority
14:35.52 matrix because
14:37.60 without this centralized view i find
14:40.56 managers struggling to go through all
14:42.48 their emails maybe being in back-to-back
14:45.68 meetings to touch base with all their
14:47.36 teammates but with this condensed agenda
14:50.32 view
14:51.60 you know it's it's pretty much unlimited
14:53.68 visibility you can communicate back and
14:56.00 forth if you have questions so maybe i
14:57.76 say can you um
15:0.32 can you follow up sooner than this
15:2.48 afternoon
15:4.32 i can send that comment and again now
15:6.16 we're able to communicate share progress
15:8.00 updates without having to email or sit
15:9.84 through meetings
15:14.32 one more review which i would like to
15:15.76 show you all which is the one on one
15:18.16 in terms of
15:19.92 immediate visibility and effective
15:22.00 communication this one-on-one view is
15:24.40 probably going to be your go-to
15:26.56 especially if you're a manager and you
15:28.88 do oversee a group of people
15:31.68 and you
15:32.56 i definitely understand that managers
15:34.64 typically have
15:35.92 you know weekly or maybe bi-weekly
15:37.92 touch-based meetings with their
15:39.28 teammates
15:40.88 and
15:41.84 you know those meetings are probably not
15:43.68 going to go away they're they're you're
15:45.12 going to have to have them from time to
15:46.96 time but
15:48.16 you might as well have
15:50.16 an effective meeting and keep it as
15:52.08 short as possible when those meetings do
15:54.16 have to be scheduled so
15:56.16 with the one-on-one view what happens is
15:59.44 you can choose the person who you're
16:1.52 hopping in this meeting with
16:3.92 and the system looks across all of your
16:6.96 shared projects and what it does is it
16:9.28 says okay erica here's all of your
16:11.84 shared priorities between yourself and
16:13.92 this one person
16:16.00 so again this would be the idea of
16:18.80 a manager creating a task and delegating
16:21.92 it to one of their teammates
16:23.92 or a teammate creating a task and adding
16:27.20 the manager as a follower or delegating
16:29.52 it to them to really grab their
16:31.12 attention
16:32.48 so it's really any priority that's
16:34.16 relevant between a manager and this
16:35.76 other person
16:37.52 and with all of that being said you can
16:39.28 even create a shared task and so we'll
16:41.44 just say new shared tasks due in six
16:43.92 hours
16:45.36 it's automatically shared
16:47.28 you can prioritize it into the correct
16:49.28 project
16:50.88 into the correct quadrant and when we go
16:53.44 ahead and hit add we're going to see
16:55.36 that this is now added to our shared
16:57.12 priority list so what's really special
16:59.84 about this now is when we're ready to
17:2.40 provide a status update or circle back
17:4.96 and see where we are at with this task
17:7.68 very easy to find
17:9.36 notifications are being sent for these
17:11.12 progress updates
17:12.64 and nothing is slipping through the
17:14.32 cracks again without a manager having to
17:16.80 pester or ask for status updates
17:20.00 there's that two-way street of
17:21.36 communication immediately available now
17:23.76 through this task
17:29.92 one more best practice that i always
17:31.52 like to share with people is
17:34.48 the concept of actually being able to
17:36.96 prioritize
17:39.04 a chat through microsoft teams
17:42.08 and the reason i bring this up is simply
17:43.92 because of a common piece of feedback
17:45.84 that i've been getting over the past
17:47.20 several years
17:48.88 which is the idea of a teammate and a
17:51.68 manager using a microsoft teams chat to
17:54.48 communicate
17:56.00 but the struggle of these
17:58.08 comments being kind of lost in space
18:0.40 and having a tough time sharing progress
18:3.04 updates
18:4.08 once this comment is kind of out of view
18:7.12 so
18:7.92 now what you're able to do is you can
18:9.68 actually grab a comment
18:11.52 and you can prioritize it directly into
18:14.00 your priority matrix
18:16.00 so this would allow you to feel
18:17.52 confident still using the microsoft
18:20.08 teams chatting platform to communicate
18:22.24 when needed
18:23.44 but when something sparks your interest
18:25.36 and pops up and you think hey this is
18:27.20 really important we need to keep track
18:29.04 of it and i need to share status updates
18:31.68 on this
18:32.96 grab that comment put it into the
18:34.64 correct project and throw a deadline on
18:37.12 there so you don't forget about it and
18:39.20 now you can rest assured that again
18:42.00 priority matrix will be providing that
18:44.64 central space for communication and
18:46.48 status updates
18:48.08 on everything chats
18:50.56 emails that you prioritize you know
18:52.48 anything that you need to share updates
18:54.48 on with your manager you can do it now
18:57.28 directly through priority matrix
19:3.12 if you're interested in learning more
19:4.80 about kind of the advanced
19:6.64 functionalities a basic introduction or
19:9.52 the best practices of how you can use
19:11.68 priority matrix through teams
19:13.84 when i send you that follow-up email be
19:15.68 sure to check out my upcoming webinars i
19:17.84 have one scheduled to touch on all those
19:19.76 topics
19:20.88 um they're all super helpful and you
19:22.88 know definitely going to be beneficial
19:24.56 if you have the time to sit in on them
19:29.60 okay so kind of circling back to my
19:31.44 powerpoint here some of the key
19:33.28 takeaways communication in one place
19:36.32 makes a huge difference
19:38.40 when a manager is able to see progress
19:40.48 updates from everybody on their team
19:42.88 across all the different projects
19:44.56 they're working on
19:46.16 it takes the stress out of having to go
19:48.16 to your email or schedule another
19:50.16 meeting you have that in just one place
19:54.40 you're going to have stronger
19:55.52 communication and that's the difference
19:57.60 between hitting and missing deadlines
20:0.32 when you're able to make sure that
20:2.16 nothing is slipping to the cracks and
20:4.00 everything is on par with the due date
20:6.16 again by seeing this all in one place
20:9.04 you're gonna be able to make sure you're
20:10.88 not missing any deadlines
20:14.56 priority matrix does all of this and so
20:16.96 much more and so i would definitely
20:18.80 encourage all of you who are interested
20:20.96 in learning more about this system
20:23.68 to
20:24.64 check out my upcoming webinars and um
20:27.76 even if you're not able to attend them
20:29.36 just register for it and after the
20:30.96 webinar ends it's similar to what i'm
20:32.72 going to do today i'll send you that
20:34.80 follow-up email with the recorded
20:36.72 session to watch at your convenience
20:42.24 at this time i would love to kind of
20:44.08 open this up again to any questions that
20:46.40 you might have
20:47.68 you're welcome to either
20:49.60 again take yourself off mute and you can
20:51.60 actually ask those questions
20:54.40 or you can drop those comments into the
20:56.08 chat box and i can read them out loud
20:57.68 and answer them for you
21:9.12 uh yeah just one one question from a um
21:12.64 from a manager's standpoint have you
21:15.12 received what type of feedback have you
21:17.12 received from
21:18.32 managers who use this
21:20.24 and have used it for some time has it
21:22.00 improved their visibility
21:24.08 and their ability for them to manage
21:26.48 across their teams
21:29.52 yeah katrina that's a really good
21:30.96 question and we
21:33.04 constantly receive incredibly positive
21:35.76 feedback from our managers and teams
21:38.16 that are using priority matrix
21:40.40 especially in terms of the one-on-one
21:42.88 view it's um it's actually really
21:46.16 amazing to see how the supports managers
21:48.64 because you know a common piece of
21:51.04 feedback that i was always receiving was
21:54.08 you know i'm having these ongoing
21:55.84 meetings with my teammates and they take
21:58.88 a long time and we're constantly going
22:1.44 to our emails to try and find our
22:3.20 previous communication constantly
22:5.12 digging through
22:6.48 channels and chats to figure out what we
22:8.64 even need to be talking about on these
22:10.48 meetings
22:11.68 and the one-on-one view pretty much
22:13.36 diminishes the need to manually prepare
22:15.76 for these meetings
22:17.76 again because it shows you all of your
22:19.44 shared priorities that have hopefully
22:21.68 been you know tracked in priority matrix
22:23.92 over the past several weeks
22:26.40 and then
22:27.44 another really important aspect of this
22:29.68 is which i kind of touched on is the
22:31.44 idea of being able to
22:33.68 prioritize a task during these meetings
22:36.96 and so again a really common struggle
22:39.68 that i heard was
22:41.28 you know after these meetings my
22:42.72 teammates still don't really know what
22:44.48 they need to be working on and then we
22:46.88 have to have a conversation or another
22:49.36 meeting to refresh on that
22:51.76 but when you can create these shared
22:53.36 tests during the meeting
22:55.12 you know everybody's on track everybody
22:57.20 knows what they need to work on
22:59.20 right after the meeting ends
23:1.68 so that would be you know kind of the
23:3.76 two most common pieces of feedback that
23:6.40 i'm getting
23:7.76 and then also it's kind of an
23:9.04 interesting aspect which is
23:11.28 if you think of kind of a middle
23:12.80 management role using priority matrix
23:16.00 those people have a lot on their plate
23:17.92 they have to manage their teammates and
23:20.00 then likely they also have to provide
23:21.76 status updates to their direct reports
23:24.72 but a lot of the times when we can get
23:26.72 kind of three or four levels of users in
23:29.36 priority matrix
23:31.04 maybe from the director level to middle
23:33.44 management all the way to the individual
23:35.12 contributors
23:36.56 there's
23:37.60 so much visibility that you know
23:40.08 hopefully everybody's kind of on the
23:41.60 same page at the same time
23:43.60 with all the priorities aligned no
23:45.84 matter what
23:47.28 so hopefully that kind of answers your
23:49.04 question and provides a little bit more
23:51.20 insight
23:54.88 and actually that's
23:57.20 that is a really good question and i
23:58.72 wanted to share one thing with you all
24:0.56 which is
24:2.08 you know of course hearing at
24:3.36 testimonials and use cases from people
24:6.24 and similar roles to yourself is
24:8.64 really one of the most beneficial ways
24:11.36 to get started using a tool and
24:14.24 because of that we started hosting what
24:16.08 we're calling an ask me anything
24:18.16 fireside chat
24:19.84 and it's basically just an hour-long
24:23.36 discussion if you will with myself
24:26.24 oftentimes our cto joins
24:29.12 and
24:30.16 we encourage priority matrix users just
24:32.48 to join the conversation
24:34.48 share their use cases ask questions and
24:36.64 kind of connect with other priority
24:38.48 matrix users in similar roles
24:41.36 and
24:42.40 you know for questions like that which
24:43.84 is hey you know how do other managers
24:45.68 use this what is your feedback
24:48.40 it um
24:49.36 really provides that space just to kind
24:50.96 of have that open open conversation in
24:53.84 the priority matrix community so
24:56.48 the next time we're hosting that is
24:59.36 let me pull up my calendar i think it's
25:1.52 april 8th yeah so it's going to be
25:3.60 friday april 8th at 10 a.m mountain
25:6.40 standard time and we've been actually
25:8.48 having a really good turnout so if you
25:10.24 can i would say you know join that and
25:12.96 it should be pretty interesting for all
25:14.56 of us
25:21.52 all right well if that kind of wraps it
25:23.04 up for questions we can
25:25.20 start to close out of the webinar today
25:27.68 i'm going to stop the recording
25:30.16 but like i said i'm going