I manage an activity that's very intense over a short period of time (a few weeks) and requires many people to think deeply in different directions. To ensure everyone's on the same page, I know that I can't hold too many meetings in-case I stunt productivity; therefore the few meetings we do hold run through all aspects of the activity and, when productive, will result in actions being dished out left-right-and-centre.
I always feel positive after these meetings but in shock by the number of activities that now need to be kept track of. So much so that I don't know where to begin until its settled in my mind after a couple of hours.
Has anyone else felt this & does anyone have any practical advice on overcoming this "shock" so that I can dive right in as soon as the meetings over?