Running Successful Meetings – The Key Steps to Getting It Right
We all complain about meetings which are a waste of our time and the truth of the matter is that so many are exactly those. We’ve also seen the “corridor” meeting that takes place afterwards where it seems the real decisions are taken, or the agreed decisions are overturned.
You’ll get your chance at some point in your career to run your own meeting – is yours going to go the same way? or will you make sure it’s effective and does the job it is supposed to?
Well run meetings contribute to team building and high morale; badly run meetings are at best a waste of everyone’s time and at worst potentially damaging to relationships and the business as a whole.
Here’s how you can get it right:
All successful meetings depend upon a number of interdependent factors and if you approach each one methodically you’ll find that your meetings are the ones that get action. And you get the credit.
-> Structure & control
-> Records &...