Anyone involved in meetings regularly will benefit from these effective meetings skills training course materials.
These materials have been designed to improve how participants can apply meeting skills within their organization.
They will also improve the skills of participants at all levels within the workplace e.g., line managers, supervisors and line staff.
These course materials will also provide your participants with the skills and knowledge required to employ effective meetings skills within a wide variety of settings to get results.
In particular, your participants will learn to understand the importance of running effective meetings.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.
The value of meetings – The course begins by exploring how to make meetings work. Use the content to focus on the central aspects of formal meetings (e.g., agenda, minutes, etc). You will then be able to help participants to understand and appreciate the importance of approaching informal meetings in the right way. Use the materials to share aspects of functional, symbolic and functionally focused meetings. And, finally outline the success factors involved.
Roles and responsibilities – This section examines the role and responsibilities of the chairperson, timekeeper, recorder and participants.
Meeting responsibilities – This section is a review of pre-, mid- and post-meeting responsibilities. The content focuses on people at meetings. And, how to lead a meeting.
Leadership styles for meetings – The final section of the course prepares your participants by exploring different leadership styles. And, the content explores why some meetings can fail.“If we have a clear agenda in advance and we are fully present and fully contributing, the meetings do go much faster.” - Arianna Huffington, the co-founder of Huffington Post Click To Tweet
Upon completion of this course in effective meeting skills, your participants will be able to:
– Understand the importance of running effective meetings.
– Identify the key components.
– Describe the factors that cause meetings to fail.
– Understand the different ways that employees can influence meetings.
– Identify types of meetings.
– Recognize the potential impact of meetings.
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