Leading Productive Meetings
Participants who talk too much, who don’t talk at all, have side bars, or even adamantly disagree are all examples of what derail a meeting.
This session is designed to help you learn how to conduct productive meetings and reel in those problem participants, taking back control and promoting group interaction. The focus is on preparing for, conducting, and evaluating meetings. This session provides you with practical guidelines for making meetings more focused, more productive, and more results oriented. You will achieve your meeting goals when incorporating the strategies explored.
- Outline the benefits and challenges of conducting effective meetings for a better understanding.
- “Is this Meeting Necessary or Not?” If not, then learn to define alternate strategies.
- Understand different types of meetings and what is necessary for each.
- Learn to prepare an agenda that works.
- Define meeting roles of each participant and expectations.
- Gain an understanding of what it takes to facilitate in all circumstances and with all types of individuals.
- Explore common meeting robbers and how to derail them.
- Review what is important in concluding meetings for a full circle approach.
- Fee includes all training materials.