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Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
Leading Effective Meetings
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Leading Effective Meetings

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Corey Bonnema
2010 Quality Fair

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  • 1. Welcome to Leading Effective Meetings How to Make Them for More Fruitful
  • 2. Fact #1 - Meetings Perpetuate Culture Office of HumanResources
  • 3. Fact #2 - Many Meetings Are Boring Office of HumanResources
  • 4. Fact #3 – Many Meetings Aren’t Very Productive Office of HumanResources
  • 5. Presentation Objectives  Recognize opportunities for making meetings more interesting, engaging and productive  Demonstrate understanding of P.A.L. framework for meeting facilitation Office of HumanResources
  • 6. Meeting Assessment  Are you meeting for the right length of time?  Are you covering the right things?  Are the right people involved?  Are participants being held accountable?  Are you having fun? Office of HumanResources
  • 7. The P.A.L. System  Purpose  Agenda  Logistics Office of HumanResources
  • 8. Purpose  Establish ground rules  Label agenda topics  Status: to update or inform  Decision: to make a decision or reach consensus  Discussion: to plan, generate alternatives, examine directions, or evaluate options.  Plan to use a “parking lot” Office of HumanResources
  • 9. Agenda  Have one  Helps finalize attendee list  Use it to record notes on decisions or discussions  Can be used to keep track of assignments made  Send notes soon after Office of HumanResources
  • 10. Office of HumanResources
  • 11. Logistics  Look at location in advance  Consider the best time to hold meeting  Assign important roles  Facilitator  Note Taker  Timekeeper Office of HumanResources
  • 12. Making Meetings More Interesting/Engaging Add The Fun Factor  Add icebreakers or fun activities as agenda items  Have someone act as an “fun” ambassador  Have theme meetings  Use existing holidays, celebrations or events as inspiration Mix It Up  Reduce the number or declare “meeting free days”  Occasionally toss out agendas and do something completely different (go to a museum, get ice cream, etc.)  Change the scenery (have “walking” meetings, hold them in Coffman Union, etc.) Office of HumanResources
  • 13. Making Meetings More Interesting/Engaging Present Things Differently  Bring in guest speakers  Look for other ways to give updates (role plays, skits, etc.)  Frequently assess their effectiveness Office of HumanResources

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