Figuring out what people really think in meetings can be challenging. Yet it’s critical for the team’s success. Here are three ideas that might help.
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.
A meeting pro needs tools, and a flip chart is easily the most useful. If you’ve been leading meetings without a flip chart, it’s time to give it a try.
Meeting tools are time-tested processes for accomplishing common meeting goals. When you have a couple options, structured discussion is the tool you want.
There are plenty of great apps that support a meeting’s success, but none that address the core need.
It’s time someone step forward to improve lousy meetings. Maybe that someone is you.
When someone makes a statement that has too much of an edge, help out by reframing the comment.
My meeting book is now available, and it contains everything you need to run your organization’s most engaging and productive meetings. Download your copy now.
Save meeting time by dividing the work. You’ll get more done and get better results.