Here’s one way to make sure your meetings are never branded as a “waste of time.”
People are so set in their belief that meetings are a waste of time, they may not even realize when something important is achieved. Your job is to make sure they do.
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.
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.
Large meetings such as conferences, conventions and annual meetings require careful planning and skilled leadership. Here’s how I help.
Five ideas for drawing out people who rarely saying anything during a meeting.
Best advice for leading meetings, “Trust the group.” Find out what it means and figure out how you can do it.