Making Them Work for You  Meetings…
<ul><li>Determine if a meeting is necessary  </li></ul><ul><li>Learn the types of meetings </li></ul><ul><li>Learn to plan...
Information-giving Types…
Information-getting Types…
Problem solving Types…
Attitude creating Types…
Training Types…
Planning… Is this meeting necessary? Ask yourself
Planning… Develop objectives
Planning… Choose participants
Planning… Prepare agenda
Planning… Notify participants
Planning… Plan Room and accommodations
Planning… Prepare materials
Planning… Conduct the meeting
Control… How to lead
C ontrol… C onvinced a meeting is necessary?
C o ntrol… O bjectives are clear
Co n trol… N avigate distractions
Con t rol… T ime management
Cont r ol… R esolve conflict
Contr o l… O utcome are measurable
Contro l … L ist actions
Losing control… What happens, and why?
Losing control… Meeting gets off topic
Losing control… Side conversations going on
Losing control… Distractions
Losing control… Arguments among participants
Losing control… Someone dominates the conversation
Participation What is your role?
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Making Meetings Work

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a brief presentation on making meetings a more successful use of time in meeting business objectives.

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Making Meetings Work

  1. 1. Making Them Work for You Meetings…
  2. 2. <ul><li>Determine if a meeting is necessary </li></ul><ul><li>Learn the types of meetings </li></ul><ul><li>Learn to plan effective meetings </li></ul>Objectives This training session will help you… <ul><li>Learn effective facilitation skills </li></ul>
  3. 3. Information-giving Types…
  4. 4. Information-getting Types…
  5. 5. Problem solving Types…
  6. 6. Attitude creating Types…
  7. 7. Training Types…
  8. 8. Planning… Is this meeting necessary? Ask yourself
  9. 9. Planning… Develop objectives
  10. 10. Planning… Choose participants
  11. 11. Planning… Prepare agenda
  12. 12. Planning… Notify participants
  13. 13. Planning… Plan Room and accommodations
  14. 14. Planning… Prepare materials
  15. 15. Planning… Conduct the meeting
  16. 16. Control… How to lead
  17. 17. C ontrol… C onvinced a meeting is necessary?
  18. 18. C o ntrol… O bjectives are clear
  19. 19. Co n trol… N avigate distractions
  20. 20. Con t rol… T ime management
  21. 21. Cont r ol… R esolve conflict
  22. 22. Contr o l… O utcome are measurable
  23. 23. Contro l … L ist actions
  24. 24. Losing control… What happens, and why?
  25. 25. Losing control… Meeting gets off topic
  26. 26. Losing control… Side conversations going on
  27. 27. Losing control… Distractions
  28. 28. Losing control… Arguments among participants
  29. 29. Losing control… Someone dominates the conversation
  30. 30. Participation What is your role?
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