A meeting leader’s job is never done. Run a great meeting and you still have work to do, making sure people follow-through on their promises.
Many senior leadership groups aren’t functioning as high-performance teams. Use these questions to help you determine whether yours is.
Meeting leaders worry far too much about what they should say. Sometimes there’s no need to say anything at all. Often a little eye contact will do the trick. Here are four ways I use eye contact when leading a meeting.
Meetings challenge leaders with a seemingly limitless number of problems. Wouldn’t it be nice if they saw them coming and were ready with a solution?
Picking up meeting facilitation tips at a political convention.
Meetings don’t have to be meaningless. If you are leading the meeting, it is your responsibility to help the group create a strong sense of purpose.
The break is an important and useful tool that you should use when running longer meetings. Here are four situations when you should take one.