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There are people who see having meetings as a necessary evil, because they take up a lot of time, time which they could use for other things.

You can avoid this by having more effective meetings. Well prepared, disciplined and without endless discussions. Checking people who go on forever, dealing with impulsive reactions and provoking the people with a modest opinion. Words do not buy you anything, but if everyone gets a chance to finish what they want to say, a meeting is a strong work form which can lead to excellent results.

Approach

That is why everyone should really be able to chair a meeting and take part in one. Listening with 'ears and eyes' is a first prerequisite. With these two senses you know what people want and do not want. The result will not only be time, but most of all people will enjoy joining you. Go for Gold with you.

Topics

People-focused pro-active meeting

Who should be invited to my meeting

Listening with your 'Ears and Eyes'; verbal and non-verbal communication.

Preparation for successful meetings

How to deal with talkers, silent people, and yes-but-people?

The role of the chairman

Doing more in less time; how you can keep your meetings short

Putting the right tools to work

Training Objectives

At the end of this training you will be able to:

1.Improve discipline and preparation of meetings; compile an agenda, set the right atmosphere.
2.Learn and practice the different kinds of meetings and the role of the chairperson in each of them.
3.Learn to recognize hidden agendas, verbal and non-verbal communication.
4.Manage and control different roles of participants, leverage conflicts to intensify personal and group energy.

5.Plan the summary and follow-up of a meeting to improve its effectiveness.

Duration

One Day

Program Schedule

Day One

Introduction & Welcome

Program Objectives

Personal Objectives

Leading Change

The Value of a well prepared Meeting

Nightmare vs. Dream-Meeting

To Plan or not to Plan

Golden Rules for Effective Meeting Planning

How to prepare a Meeting

Begin with the End in Mind

Planning the Meeting

Model of Influence

Case Study: Model of Influence

Meeting Management – Content

Social Styles

Extrovert – Introvert

Formal – Informal

Different Types of Meetings

Meeting Management – Process

Listening with(out) your Eyes

Group Dynamics

Closing the Meeting

Closing the Meeting

Closing the Day

Personal Action Planning

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