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Conducting Effective meetings


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When did you last join a work-related meeting that was productive and fun from the beginning till the end? That is, a meeting that had lucid objectives and a well-designed agenda; engaged all participants all the time; made them laugh; reached decisions; clarified follow-up actions; and secured commitment to achieve expected, positive, and constructive outcomes? Can you remember?

Meetings are essential in any form of human enterprise. These days, they are so common that turning the resources they tie up into sustained results is a priority in high-performance organizations. This is because they are potential time wasters: the other persons present may not respect their own time as much as you have come to respect yours, and it is therefore unlikely that they will mind wasting your time. Generic actions before, during, and after can make meetings more effective.

The Conducting Effective Meetings training program can be offered to Corporate Clients, SMEs, Private and Public establishments across India. All our programs are customized to suit the participants’ training needs. A detailed Training Design Document will be sent before the implementation of this training program.

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Conducting Effective meetings

  1. 1. Conducting Effective Meetings By Bodhih Training Solutions Pvt Ltd
  2. 2. What’s a Meeting? • A meeting is a gathering of people with one or more goals to be achieved • Meetings can be held in a variety of locations • Meetings may be held for a variety of reasons each with their own particular impact on the organization and the attendees • Meetings should be effective vehicles for action and performance
  3. 3. Value of Meetings in the Organization • The value of meetings can be shown through • A sense of involvement • Communication • Decision making • Problem solving • Creativity • Team building
  4. 4.  “If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be 'meetings.” ― Dave Barry
  5. 5. Making Meetings Work Understanding Meetings Meeting Types Knowing Why Meetings Fail Applying Key Skills And Techniques
  6. 6. Have a purpose A group of friends in Antartic ended up talking about penguins for hours when they started out talking about home computers. Have a purpose
  7. 7. Plan the meeting Having an agenda is very important. Establish time and roles. Plan the meeting
  8. 8. Include, rather than exclude Roy Disney, Vice Chairman of the Walt Disney Company talked about a weekly gag competition conducted by Walt Disney. The winner was invariably the janitor, which goes to show that it is about the quality of ideas. Include, rather than exclude
  9. 9. Follow the 80/20 rule Effective meetings are about 80% preparation and 20% execution. Follow the 80/20 rule
  10. 10. Success Factors For Meetings Clear Objectives Fair Distribution Of Activities Proper Atmosphere Conflict Management Constructive Criticism Good Leadership Appropriate Capabilities
  11. 11. Bodhih can Customize and Facilitate this program at your Locations across India and Asia.
  12. 12. What is Unique About Bodhih Worked With Over 250 Clients In India And Abroad Structured, Framework Based Approach To Training Build Internal Training Competence For Corporates Focussed Group And Individualised Attention Hands On, Experiential And Result Based Have Tried And Tested Methodologies For The Entire Training Cycle
  13. 13. Bodhih Training Solutions Pvt Ltd provides Organizational Development Solutions to Corporate Clients in the areas of Sales, Leadership, Human Resources, Communication and Soft Skills
  14. 14. For more details contact: Bodhih Training Solutions Pvt Ltd No. 25, 2nd Main, M R Layout, Hormavu Circle, Outer Ring Road, Bangalore – 560 043. India. Phones: Email: Website: +91 80 4260 6666