Plan and Lead Better Meetings
The answers to these 7 questions will help you figure out how your did. Are you on your way to becoming a meeting hero?
Meetings are a huge expense, but chances are your organization doesn’t event track that cost. It should start.
Every meeting should follow a consistent pattern. By understanding the pattern, you’ll more easily plan and lead great meetings.
Using digital devices during a meeting is bad behavior and affects meeting quality. Here’s a free excerpt from my book to help you solve the problem.
Your meetings don’t have to always work out the way you think they should. Those meetings provide a learning opportunity. That’s how I’m using a recent meeting that I led.
An all day political convention provides an excellent example of how to order important items on your agenda.
Business buzzwords aren’t cool. They create confusion. What can you do to contribute to more understanding in the meetings you lead?