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9/9 FRI 16:15 | Creating Action Oriented Meetings
 

9/9 FRI 16:15 | Creating Action Oriented Meetings

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Robert Hunter
Bruce Cury

The session will be designed to provide planners and Planning Commissioners with valuable tools to create effective meetings that result in positive actions. In these lean budget times, using resources and time effectively is critical. Meetings are the planner’s primary vehicle for communicating and getting input from the public. Effective public participation in our planning processes is key. This session will provide perspectives on achieving effective public input in public hearings and running Planning Commission meetings that result in positive changes
for the community. Techniques for dealing with challenging individuals, reaching consensus, handling conflicts, politics and
keeping meetings on task will be discussed.

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    9/9 FRI 16:15 | Creating Action Oriented Meetings 9/9 FRI 16:15 | Creating Action Oriented Meetings Presentation Transcript

    • Creating Action OrientedMeetingsBruce P. Cury, Esq.Past ChairmanHillsborough County City-County Planning CommissionRobert B. Hunter, FAICPExecutive DirectorHillsborough County City-County Planning Commission September 9, 2011 4:15p – 5:30p
    • Going PaperlessOriginal Staff Report Emailed to Director Signed Electronically Converted to PDF
    • Staying PaperlessAgenda Items/Packets Delivered via:1.Website2.Flash-drive & Net Book3.Hard copy (by request during transition)
    • Flash-Drive Net Book
    • Bruce P. Cury, Esq.Past ChairmanHillsborough County City-County Planning Commission
    • First Rule:Be goal oriented.
    • Second Rule:Persuade by using theperson’s self-interest.
    • Third Rule:Make the other personfeel important.
    • Fourth Rule:Do nothing to injure.
    • Fifth Rule:Be brief.
    • Rules of PersuasiveCommunication1. Be goal oriented.2. Persuade by using the other person’s self interest.3. Make the other person feel important.4. Do nothing to injure.5. Be brief.
    • Q&A