Stop being a hostage in meetings

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Of all the things that challenge you at work, sitting in meetings all day likely features at the top of your list. Office Heroes know how to run meetings that get things done. Here’s the visual guide on how NOT to be a hostage in meetings.

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Stop being a hostage in meetings

  1. 1. 3 steps to
  2. 2. spending too much time in meetings?
  3. 3. Do you feel...
  4. 4. your energy sapped?
  5. 5. your time being wasted?
  6. 6. like a hostage?
  7. 7. Are your meetings(un)productive?
  8. 8. Are theretoo many...
  9. 9. Side conversations
  10. 10. Straying from agenda
  11. 11. Airtime being dominated
  12. 12. Time to
  13. 13. Just 3 steps to
  14. 14. Have 1:1 conversations instead
  15. 15. benefits... Personal Flexible Easier to get results PoliticalInfluenced by group thinking Power-plays
  16. 16. Be selective and savvy
  17. 17. Do this... Veto meetings that are unproductive and inefficient --—--Schedule short meetings to start at 15 minutes before or past the hour
  18. 18. Speak up to keep things on track
  19. 19. Things like... offer suggestions --—-- ask the group what they think --—--stimulate a conversation about how the meeting can work better
  20. 20. Let’s recap
  21. 21. recap
  22. 22. That’s how to
  23. 23. That’s how to
  24. 24. That’s how to
  25. 25. Wantmore?
  26. 26. Join our tribeSubscribe click here or go to www.madOfficeHero.comConnect onFollow us onPin us on
  27. 27. Join our tribe www.madOfficeHero.com
  28. 28. Image creditsSlide 4: Battery Maico Amorim , from The Noun ProjectSlide 5: Alert Stephen JB Thomas , from the Noun ProjectSlide 6: Abduction United Nations OCHA 2012, from the Noun ProjectSlide 9: Conversation Monika Ciapala, from the Noun ProjectSlide 10: Energy Audit Unknown Designer Collaboration by Kathy Langfield, Kristen Borona, Judy Kincaid, Vince Parker, Akira Morita, Ayda Utku & Rob Lineberger United States 2012, from the Noun ProjectSlide 11: Advocacy United Nations OCHA 2012, from the Noun ProjectSlide 16: Meeting Sergi Delgado, from the Noun ProjectSlide 19: Contact dsathiyaraj, from the Noun ProjectSlide 22: Public Information United Nations OCHA , from the Noun Project

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