Meeting Management

In 2005, the Ayers group reported that in the United States alone, 25 million hours were spent in meetings. Half of those hours were wasted. With an average American hourly wage of $16 per hour, that is a minimum of $200 million dollars in waste. (Considering that the average meeting attendant is at the management level or higher, that figure is a very low estimate.)

So how do you reduce waste and make your meetings more efficient? Take this workshop to find out!

Call toll free 1 (877) 477-3250 to book this workshop.

Meeting Management :

Module One: Getting Started
Ground rules
The parking lot
Workshop objectives
Action plans and evaluation forms
Module Two: Planning and Preparing, Part One
Identifying the Participants
Choosing the Time and Place
Creating the Agenda
Module Three: Planning and Preparing, Part Two
Gathering Materials
Sending Invitations
Making Logistical Arrangements
Module Four: Setting up the Meeting Space
The Basic Essentials
The Extra Touches
Choosing a Physical Arrangement
Module Five: Electronic Options
Overview of the Choices Available
Things to Consider
Making a Final Decision
Module Six: Meeting Roles and Responsibilities
The Chairperson
The Minute Taker
The Attendees
Variations for Large and Small Meetings
Module Seven: Chairing a Meeting, Part One
Getting Off on the Right Foot
The Role of the Agenda
Using a Parking Lot
Module Eight: Chairing a Meeting, Part Two
Keeping the Meeting on Track
Dealing with Overtime
Holding Participants Accountable
Module Nine: Dealing with Disruptions
Running in and Out
Cell Phones and Pagers Ringing
Off on a Tangent
Personality Conflicts
Module Ten: Taking Minutes
What are Minutes?
What Do I Record?
A Take-Home Template
Module Eleven: Making the Most of Your Meeting
The 50 Minute Meeting
Using Games
Giving Prizes
Stuffed Magic
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise
Review of Parking Lot
Lessons Learned
Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations

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