Effective meetings

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Effective meetings

  1. 1. Every day83 million people attend11.5 million meetings
  2. 2. OBJECTIVE• Share effective actions to keep meetings on track Flow1. Preparing2. Conducting3. Folow-up4. Difficult participants
  3. 3. CHARACTERISTICS OF NEGATIVE MEETINGS• 83% -- Drifting off the subject• 77% -- Poor preparation• 74% -- Questionable effectiveness• 68% -- Lack of listening• 62% -- Verbosity of participants• 60% -- Length• 51% -- Lack of participation From “Achieving Effective Meetings – Not Easy But Possible” by Bradford D. Smart in a survey of 635 executives.
  4. 4. CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE MEETINGS• 88% -- allow all attendees to participate• 66% -- define a meeting’s purpose• 62% -- address each item on the agenda• 59% -- assign follow up action• 47% -- record discussion• 46% -- invite only essential personnel• 36% -- write an agenda /time frames Source: GM Consultants, Pittsburgh, 2005
  5. 5. 1. PREPARATION FOR A MEETING• Purpose and outcomes• Participants• Logistics• Agenda• Needed information
  6. 6. 2. CONDUCTING MEETINGS• Start on time• Review agenda• Minutes taker• Assign and agree on responsibilities and establish target dates for completion• Summarize• End on time• Send out minutes• HAVE SOME FUN!!
  7. 7. 3. FOLLOW-UP• Outline tasks and assign deadline• Send out minutes to team immediately• Keep good track of decisions and promises
  8. 8. • Take 5 minutes to think of difficult types of participants
  9. 9. DEALING WITH DIFFICULT MEMBERS• Listen, but do not debate• Talk privately with members who continually exhibit disruptive behaviors• Turn negative behaviors into positive contributions• Encourage the group to share the responsibility for handling difficult members• Try different strategies
  10. 10. THANK YOU

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