Workshop: “How to Conduct Productive Meetings”
What is the purpose of this meeting?
Who are all these people and what are they doing here? Why am I here?
What are we going to be talking about?
What are they expecting me to do?
How do I get them to do what I want them to do?
Do you think anyone will notice if I just zone out for a bit…?
We have all sat in meetings – and even led some – which have not gone to plan, have not benefited the participants, have left people feeling flat, or have led to nothing!
This hour-long workshop is designed to help participants lead better, more effective, more compelling meetings.
Workshop Leader: Nina Glass
When: Monday, 31 March 2014 – 19:00-20:00
Where: Fitzrovia Community Centre
2 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL
Equiano Room 6, (Ph: 020 7580 8680)
How much: £5 in advance on EventBrite/ £7 at the door (to cover the cost of venue hire and materials)
Who should attend: Anyone who needs to lead meetings – for business, for organisations, for community groups – whatever the forum
Meetings are a vital communication tool. Good meetings have many positive results.
A well-planned and conducted meeting is productive, with clear objectives and outcomes. Both the meeting leader and participants leave with feelings of accomplishment.
The workshop is designed to help participants become more successful in leading productive meetings.
Topics covered will include:
- Meeting planning
- Opening a meeting
- Handling a meeting
- Concluding a meeting
- Evaluating a meeting
The workshop will include pointers and also exercises to support the learning, putting into practice ideas to support the objective of “How to Conduct Productive Meetings”.
Workshop presenter, Nina Glass, is an experienced workshop facilitator, accomplished public speaker and a keen member of Early Bird Speakers.
For further details and to register go to EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/workshop-how-to-conduct-productive-meetings-with-nina-glass-tickets-10493372961