Relevant, Satisfying And Compelling Leadership Meetings – Fit For A Purpose

Are you are frustrated at times in your leadership team meetings? “How are we doing?” is a worthwhile question for leaders to ask their team every few months. Reviewing progress helps to keep your team purpose, and ways of doing things, relevant in the face of change.  Consider group membership, direction, emphasis, and the relevance of your agenda. Here are six areas to assess your team to ensure your meetings are fit for purpose: What is the purpose of our...

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Two Keys To Concluding Effective Meetings

End your meetings on a high note and effectively wrap it all up with these two tips: Summarise what has been agreed and what’s next, or ask someone in the group to make a summary, and others can add. Thank everyone for participating. If you want to improve your leadership and influence in groups, including leading effective meetings, enroll in The Executive Presence programme.  © Diana Jones

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Six Keys To Leading Effective Meetings

Many of us lead meetings, and yet I often hear leaders say meetings are a waste of time, they are boring, or it is unclear what is being achieved by getting together.  To be honest, I have run boring meetings too and I have been in meetings which are a waste of time. I have also been in purposeful meetings, even when there was no agenda, and where I experienced both my and others’ participation was worthwhile. One of the...

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