Meaning – Whenever an organisation is handling projects or tasks across several departments, there may be some that need additional actions or corrections. The meeting called on by the manager to follow up on these corrections or additional actions, is known as a comeback meeting.
Usually, the manager assigns a buffer period between the initial meeting and the comeback meetings in order to allow the employees to get the necessary jobs done. During the comeback meeting, the manager reviews the status of the actions that were recommended in the main meeting, and if the corrections are not satisfactory, he/she can set up an additional comeback meeting.
Example of usage – “Since there were a lot of corrections required in the assignment, his manager had scheduled a comeback meeting after a month, where he was required to offer solutions to the problems and explain the next steps.”