Start date: 31 May 2022
Duration: 31st May - 9:30am - 12:30pm
Cost: €59 per person (Non Chamber & Network Members €79)
Course code: N/A
We have all sat through poorly prepared meetings that achieved nothing except annoy the people attending. They go on and on with no clear objectives and very few clear decisions made. A bad meeting is a major time stealer as we spend a lot of time attending meetings in a typical week. However, team meetings can be very productive, and people can leave them with a sense of achievement.
Whether you are organising a team meeting or attending them, invest your time wisely by ensuring they are productive. During this workshop Sean McLoughney will share his perspective on the 10 habits of a highly effective team meeting.
Throughout the session the emphasis is on:
an easy-to-follow methodology that can be used in your working environment.
proven practical tips and techniques.
checklists and templates to help you improve how you manage your team
updating your personal journal with your ideas and actions.
On completion of the training programme, participants will:
Manage meetings that are action focused and engaging
Ensure that meetings stay on track and finish on time
Communicate with different personality types and be able to deal with any conflict situations
Record the minutes and key outcomes of the meeting
Maintain control of the meeting in a positive way
Prepare thoroughly for your meeting
This programme is suited to anyone who would like to develop a growth mindset.
Review the 10 habits of managing a highly effective team meeting
How to prepare for a meeting which achieves its purpose
How to facilitate a meeting to keep on track
Understand the importance of follow through after the meeting, moving from talking to action
Create a template for running your meetings
Understand the different types of meetings and how this impacts your agenda and structure
Manage your meeting in a way that ensures everyone is engaged and participates during it
Identify the best way to manage and communicate with the different personalities that attends your meeting
Learn the three most important questions to ask during a team meeting