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    • Communication skills for meetings
      • Karla Rendón
      • Lavinia Jairala
      • Lorena Sánchez
      • Néstor Fierro
      • Joao Mejía
      • Xavier Rea
    • First things first
      • Before agreeing to attend any meeting you should know :
      • The aim of the meeting .
      • The people that will be attending to it .
      • How long will the meeting last.
      • If there w ill be an agenda circulating before the meeting.
      • The answers will show you how well planned the meeting is.
      • If the planners do not give you clear information, declining the invitation may be the best decision .
      First things first
    • Aware you are busy!
      • When you do agree to attend a meeting, make it clear to the meeting planner that you are only available for a certain amount of time.
    • Prepare for the meeting!!
      • If you (and the other participants) come prepared, having read pertinent material and collected your thoughts, the meeting will be more productive and, perhaps, shorter.
    • You can help....
      • Remember that your time will not be wasted.
      • R ecognize that you can help move the agenda along, without monopolizing the proceedings of course.
    • Suggestions
      • T he meeting’s objective and the time frame clear.
      • R emind everyone that other items remain on the agenda.
      • If the purpose of the meeting has been accomplished but individuals continue to find more things to talk about ...
    • Conclusion You can influence the overall effectiveness of the meetings you attend. By making the most of your communication skills, you can help turn a seemingly disorganized meeting into a productive session.
    • THANKS!!!