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Making Meetings Work

Half day Seminar

Meetings have to happen. We dread having them because most of them waste time, get out of control or end up in gripe sessions.  This half-day seminar will teach "meeting managers" how to run a meeting in the shortest possible time, while achieving the results that they intended.

Meetings are a part of our daily lives. It is said that meetings are as inevitable in the business world as “death and taxes” and just about as popular, yet business people spend a large portion of their time in meetings. Why do some people have the knack of carrying committees with them, while others mumble, bumble, stumble and then fumble it? 

During recent years, extensive new research has been done into how people behave in meetings, research that most of us mmay not have had the time to study. (Probably because we've been to busy sitting in meetings!) 

Making Meetings Work, uncovers the skills and techniques, the ploys and stratagems, with which meetings can be managed so that the desired result is obtained. It covers every significant aspect of meeting behaviour. 

You will learn

  • The Role of the Chairman & Participant

Setting the Ground Rules

Setting the Objective of the Meeting                                               

  • Planning of Meetings

Constructing an Agenda

Timing of an Agenda

Selecting Participants for Productive Participation

Maximising the Allotted Time

  • Stimulating Participation

Setting up the Meeting Room

Introducing Topics

  • Maintaining Control

  • Handling Difficult Situations

Defusing Destructive Political Alliances

Dealing with “Meeting Hijackers”

Keeping to the Subject Matter 

Contact us about this seminar on 011 609-1264.
 
 
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