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How to lead an effective meeting 2

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How to lead an effective meeting 2

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How to lead an effective meeting 2

  1. 1. Church Leader Tool: How to Lead an Effective Meeting
  2. 2. The Golden Rule (Matthew 7:12) Lead every meeting as you would want meetings you attend to be lead.
  3. 3. Purpose of An Effective Meeting
  4. 4. Purpose of An Effective Meeting 1. Advance the Mission of the Church
  5. 5. Purpose of An Effective Meeting 1. Advance the Mission of the Church 2. Communication
  6. 6. Purpose of An Effective Meeting 1. Advance the Mission of the Church 2. Communication 3. Plan the Ministry of the Church
  7. 7. Purpose of An Effective Meeting 1. Advance the Mission of the Church 2. Communication 3. Plan the Ministry of the Church 4. Faith Building
  8. 8. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting
  9. 9. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting
  10. 10. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting 2. Social and Task Oriented
  11. 11. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting 2. Social and Task Oriented 3. Good Decisions and Efficiency
  12. 12. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting 2. Social and Task Oriented 3. Good Decisions and Efficiency 4. Teamwork and Individual Gifts
  13. 13. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting 2. Social and Task Oriented 3. Good Decisions and Efficiency 4. Teamwork and Individual Gifts 5. Challenge and Harmony
  14. 14. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting 2. Social and Task Oriented 3. Good Decisions and Efficiency 4. Teamwork and Individual Gifts 5. Challenge and Harmony 6. Involve All Equally
  15. 15. Dynamics of An Effective Meeting 1. Leadership and Lead the Meeting 2. Social and Task Oriented 3. Good Decisions and Efficiency 4. Teamwork and Individual Gifts 5. Challenge and Harmony 6. Involve All Equally 7. Generate Multiple Ideas
  16. 16. Details For An Effective Meeting
  17. 17. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations
  18. 18. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda
  19. 19. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda 3. Start on Time
  20. 20. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda 3. Start on Time 4. Use the Agenda
  21. 21. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda 3. Start on Time 4. Use the Agenda 5. Take Minutes
  22. 22. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda 3. Start on Time 4. Use the Agenda 5. Take Minutes 6. The “Parking Lot”
  23. 23. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda 3. Start on Time 4. Use the Agenda 5. Take Minutes 6. The “Parking Lot” 7. When Needed, Form Taskforce
  24. 24. Details For An Effective Meeting 1. Meeting Invitations 2. Advance Written Agenda 3. Start on Time 4. Use the Agenda 5. Take Minutes 6. The “Parking Lot” 7. When Needed, Form Taskforce 8. Leave Think/Q and A Time
  25. 25. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions
  26. 26. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call
  27. 27. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call 11. Consider Collaborative Tools
  28. 28. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call 11. Consider Collaborative Tools 12. Develop Yearly Calendar If Helpful
  29. 29. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call 11. Consider Collaborative Tools 12. Develop Yearly Calendar If Helpful 13. Evaluation
  30. 30. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call 11. Consider Collaborative Tools 12. Develop Yearly Calendar If Helpful 13. Evaluation 14. Next Meeting
  31. 31. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call 11. Consider Collaborative Tools 12. Develop Yearly Calendar If Helpful 13. Evaluation 14. Next Meeting 15. End on Time
  32. 32. Details For An Effective Meeting 9. Limit Distractions 10. Consider a Conference Call 11. Consider Collaborative Tools 12. Develop Yearly Calendar If Helpful 13. Evaluation 14. Next Meeting 15. End on Time 16. Follow Up On Decisions
  33. 33. The description section below has a link to downloadable handouts and original documents, resources to go deeper, and reflection/discussion questions. Now who should you forward this to in order to grow their leadership?

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