|One of the most important times is the first meeting. Especially, if the attendees are not regular meeting goers it is vital to start on a right note. The objective of the first meeting is usually to assert the goals again and establish ground rules, communication lines for how the team should operate. Name your team, though this might sound stupid, having a cool name helps people feel close to the project. Share contact information such as e-mail addresses, and phone numbers. Establish a schedule, roles and responsibilities. Although disputes will probably come up, it is better to resolve the conflicts in a polite manner so that they do not escalate.