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Presentation about Meetings in workplace

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  • 1. MEETINGS<br />Presented By-SaurabhDaga<br /> MBA 1st SEM<br /> Department Of Management Studies<br /> Pondicherry University<br />
  • 2. THE GLADIATORS HAD<br />AMPHITHEATER<br />
  • 3. A CRICKETER HAS<br /> LORDS MCC<br />
  • 4. A ROCKSTAR HASHIS STAGE<br />
  • 5. MANAGERS HAVE <br /> CONFERENCE ROOMS<br />
  • 6. KEY ISSUES<br />Why TO meet?<br />Who to include?<br />What to discuss?<br />How to record ideas?<br />Where to meet?<br />
  • 7. Purpose for Meetings <br />
  • 8. Balancing Competing Needs<br />Maximize speed<br />End on time<br />Prioritize task by emphasizing a fast decision<br />Be individually accountable; resist “groupthink”<br />Work with limited perspective and resources<br />
  • 9. Contd..<br />Maximize input<br />Take time needed to be thoughtful & creative<br />Prioritize process by promoting discussion and inclusion<br />Be mutually accountable: move with the group<br />Work with diverse perspectives and resources<br />
  • 10. Whom to Invite?<br />How many participants?<br />What type of group do you want?<br />Who needs to be there?<br />How much background or new information do they need?<br />
  • 11. Orchestrate the Roles<br />Who will serve as facilitator?<br />Who will serve as scribe?<br />Who will serve as timer?<br />Who will serve as minutes writer?<br />
  • 12. Set the Agenda<br />Specify the purpose and the participants<br />Schedule agenda items<br />Explain each agenda item<br />Decide on the discussion format<br />Decide on a decision-making technique<br />Distribute the agenda in advance<br />
  • 13. Opening the Meeting<br />Set the tone<br />Remind participants of their roles<br />Reach agreement on ground rules<br />Involve people early<br />Use icebreakers with new groups<br />
  • 14. Mental Listening Skills<br />Remove internal and external barriers<br />Show an active interest in understanding others<br />Hear the differences between issues and motives<br />Distinguish between logical and emotional content<br />
  • 15. Nonverbal Listening Skills<br />Posture –“an open center”<br />Eye contact –“listening/speaking connection”<br />Facial expressions and nodding<br />Hand and arm gestures<br />Awareness of others body language<br />
  • 16. Space around You<br />Space for yourself –sit or stand?<br />Space between people<br />Space at the table<br />Space based on culture<br />
  • 17. Decision-making Models<br />Executive or expert decisions<br />Majority vote<br />Consensus<br />
  • 18. Ending the Meeting<br />Know when to end<br />Summarize the meeting<br />Confirm the summary<br />End on a positive note<br />Follow-up to ensure implementation<br />
  • 19. Thank you……….<br />

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