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Course Code

MQ180

Duration

1 Day

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This course provides participants an easy-to-use systematic model for assuring effective group and individual meetings. The participants learn to increase their efficiency using short decisional meetings, which also encourage a team feeling between participants. Issues such as setting an agenda, prioritizing, organizing materials, and preparation are examined.
This course is designed for anyone who will be conducting meetings.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify four types of meetings
  • Identify preconceived beliefs about meetings
  • Understand the anatomy of a meeting
  • Recognize specific behavioral styles that could disrupt a meeting
  • Learn communication skills that will enhance the success

Introduction
Evaluation of last meeting
Pre-conceived beliefs about meetings
Plan a party
In this introductory section, participants reflect over their last meeting. This serves as a segue into preconceived thoughts and feelings about meetings. A metaphor of planning a party is used to illustrate how to plan a meeting.

Purpose of Meeting
Types of meetings
Associations
Brainstorming
Commitment
Data sharing
Meeting alternatives
Participants identify four types of meetings to be used depending on the purpose. Meetings without purpose serve to undermine important meetings. Participants examine alternatives to formal meetings.

Planning the Meeting
Structure: When, Where, Why and How Long
Participants: Technical roles
Agenda
Goals
Notification
Response

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