This Course is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider.
Meetings dominate business life today. According to the National Statistics Council, 37 percent of employee time is spent in meetings. Other data indicate there are 11 million business meetings each and every day.
Meetings come in all shapes and sizes and are held for an infinite variety of reasons: to brainstorm, sell, negotiate, inform, brief, present, collaborate, and strategize, to name just a few. They take place in the office, across town, across the country, and around the globe whether in person, by phone, or by videoconference.
Surveys of executives as well as managers found that over 50% of meetings they attend are a waste of time. And with most attending 61 meetings per month, that means that over 30 meetings are just a complete waste of money. But just how much do meetings cost? By analyzing the real cost of meetings from the hard travel costs to productivity costs you are in for a startling revelation. What is it costing you?
Due to the increased pressure to reduce corporate expenses and the changing dynamics of today’s work force, it’s time for business to take a look on how to make meetings work to be effective and productive and cost-effective
Why should you Attend:
Ask managers what part of their job they find most taxing and tedious and the answer is sure to come in a loud and unanimous voice Meetings. Too many, too often with too few results. Nothing seemed to get accomplished the agenda was unclear; people were late or didn’t even show up.
Let's face it. Meetings have a bad reputation they are time wasters. The best you can hope for is to get through them. Right? It doesn't have to be that way. If the meetings you manage are not working, you can fix them. But only if you understand what it takes to make a meeting work. Learn how to lead meetings that are focused, productive, participative, and even fun
This webinar enables leaders to improve meeting productivity, to get wider input, to enhance communication and to boost creativity and teamwork.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Identify meeting management problems
- Pinpoint the cost of ineffective meetings
- Recognize the 3 stages of meeting management
- Review three techniques to lead effective meetings
- Encourage participation and different points of view
- Know the six key questions to ask before calling a meeting
- Use 4 simple tools to keep discussions and meetings on track
- Manage problem behaviors the latecomer, the talker, the busybody, the wanderer, the arguer
- VP of Human Resources
- Project Managers
- Operation Managers and Supervisors
- Staff Managers and Supervisors
- Team Leaders
- Chief Learning Officer
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