Create an energy and direction that will make your meetings succeed.
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The late Harvard economist John Kenneth Gailbraith observed that 'Meetings are indispensable when you don’t want to do anything'.
In our previous video we considered the elements that get in the way of a successful meeting. Now, let’s take a moment to consider the things that work.
The next series of videos focus on how to prepare for meetings.
One of the best ways to imbue your meetings with a sense of purpose is to define your outcome and, most critically, communicate that Outcome to meeting participants.
This film explores the idea of 'being there' and considers the question: Is this meeting actually necessary?
Sometimes we've been forced to attend a conference call, video conference or face to face meeting but the topic had nothing to do with us, our team, or our area of expertise.
A meeting with no clear Agenda, no clear purpose or no organisation, is probably not a meeting you would like to attend!
In this video we carry out a development exercise around creating an effective agenda by comparing two different versions.
Here are a few tips to help kick off your meeting with clarity, intention, and (most importantly) collegiality, or the human touch.
The meeting has started well but how do you keep up the momentum? Here are some answers.
In a meeting, sometimes participants can feel left out and disengaged unless they've been given a specific reason for being there.
Often, the key to dealing with Disruptive behaviors in a meeting is how you go about it.
If a meeting ends in the right way there’s a sense of completion and satisfaction. Here are some ideas around how to achieve that.
At its root, running an effective meeting is about clearly Communicating goals and ideas to clients, colleagues and stakeholders.
Whether you’re sending out information about a meeting, or conducting the meeting itself, pay attention to your Tone; how you say something is as important as what you say.
Much can be said on the topic of Energy but in the end it boils down to three key components: Attitude, Focus and Intensity
How much of this can you listen to before you want to push Fast Forward? Um, welcome. Uhhhhhh, I, um…. y’know, was, ummmm… looking at the agenda…
Frequently our bodies are sending out messages about our state of mind or opinions without us even knowing it.
How should you conduct a virtual meeting? Do the same rules apply as in a Face to Face meeting? If not, what’s different?
Video Conferences provide the opportunity to be both seen and heard. Here are a few specific Dos and Don’ts to keep in mind.
On an audio conference call, how do you get your message across clearly and expressively when you can't see the other participants?
When your meeting is over, there are certain things you can do that can help to embed ideas and remind people of action items.
In this final video, Paul poses some final questions. When it comes running more effective meetings, what are the things you now need to stop, start or continue?
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Meet our expert instructors who are featured in these videos to take you on your personal learning journey. They have written and designed this course using their extensive experience to provide you with actionable learning takeaways.
Bringing almost two decades of experience to Working Voices, Allison has coached all levels from beginning career professionals to C-Suite executives on various aspects of effective business communication skills.
Andrew is a successful writer, speaker and educator. He has presented his work in many varied contexts and countries: from small towns in Poland, to international schools in Singapore, to global banks in New York.
Gene is an educator based in New York City. Gene has devoted his career to helping individuals excel at presentation skills, writing skills and the realization of their business/personal strategies.
Jennifer is not just the Head of Working Voices America, she’s also one of our most successful and popular trainers. During her 12 years at Working Voices Jennifer has pioneered our women’s leadership courses, as well as developing and delivering global programs for some of the world’s largest institutions.
Julia is an interpersonal communications trainer, women’s counsellor and mentor. She has extensive, hands-on experience: eighteen years as a Personal Financial Advisor and Women’s Counsellor; eight years as the Training and Quality Head of a major charity fundraiser.
Karl’s a passionate, experienced and engaging trainer – he’s also a training innovator which is why as well as being a coach and workshop facilitator, he’s also our Head of Innovation
Over 13 years’ coaching and training experience at the highest levels within numerous global businesses, preceded by a presentation history grounded in the creative-design sector, and university guest lectureships.
Sara is Working Voices’ key deliverer of image management and media skills related executive coaching, and, during her 14 years with the company, she has also delivered global programmes for some of the world’s largest banking and financial institutions.
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