As a leader, you use interpersonal skills to get things done. When your team works together, it will often lead to meetings. Far too frequently, meetings can turn into unfocused, unproductive time-sumps.
- Are missing a clear purpose
- Take too long
- Get sidetracked by non-crucial or irrelevant topics
- Do not result in a plan for follow-up
This workshop helps you avoid the pitfalls of bad meetings and instead, develop the skills to lead effective, efficient, and even enjoyable meetings.
What to Expect:
This half-day workshop includes presentation bursts, role-play, and experiential learning sections.
You’ll learn the basic components of strong, productive meetings. We’ll explore six different meeting types where you can use these skills appropriately.
With the basic techniques from this workshop you’ll be prepared to lead effective meetings of any size or type – whether it’s the weekly staff meeting, a conference call from different corners of the world, or an annual off-site planning session.
The workshop fee of $345 includes all materials and course instruction. Contact us to discuss concessions for dedicated or group classes.
If bad meetings are an issue at your organization, consider engaging us to come on site and train your team to plan and conduct effective meetings.
Contact Karen Wunderlin for a quote at firstname.lastname@example.org.