How To Run Effective Meetings: A Practical Workshop
Poor communication is a common cause of stress and unhappiness in the workplace. As is an ever increasing pressure on managers and staff to attend meeting, after meeting, after meeting…..
Experience suggests that a large part of company (or team) ineffectiveness can stem from a lack of understanding about how to run effective meetings. Regardless of whether a meeting is formal or informal, if it isn’t managed properly it can have a noticeably negative effect on team communication, cohesion and mutual support.
Effective meetings are a crucial element of successful business strategy, but more than that, they play a critical part in staff development and wellbeing too.
Meetings cost time and money
Getting more out of the meetings you do have, and being confident about identifying those that aren’t necessary, is the smart way of improving your communication strategy and, ultimately, your bottom line.
Workshop length: Half day
Where:On-site at your business
Who should attend: Managers, team leaders or any staff member responsible for organising and managing staff meetings. Groups of 6-12 delegates.
How much:Dependent on number of workshops needed/length of commission. View pricing here [link to fees page]
The outcome: This practical workshop will help your company assess the true value of management or staff meetings, ensuring they are only held where necessary and are time-limited, concise and constructive.
Delegates will improve their skills in:
Understanding how and when people contribute
Understanding the dynamics between people – creating mutual respect
People that talk and connect are people that get things done. With effective meetings in place, your organisation will benefit at every level.
To find out more about workplace stress management training, 1-2-1 employee support and team communication skills
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