running on for too long? Poor agendas? No focus? No clear
decisions emerging? This program is designed to provide
participants with the skills to improve the quality of meetings
they conduct. It will help them achieve the objectives of the
meeting in a minimum amount of time and to the satisfaction of the
completion of the workshop, participants will have:
- Considered DISC
behavioural styles and their implications for the running of
meeting procedures and established a preferred format.
facilitation skills to help ensure meetings are chaired more
- Select and use
an appropriate leadership style.
- Establish the
- Agree on agenda,
time, objective and ground rules.
appropriate strategies to keep the meeting on track.
judgement and explore alternatives.
- Work towards
group consensus where knowledge is fragmented and decisions
must be supported.
- Insist on action
commitments that are specific in terms of participantsí
roles and responsibilities.
- Evaluate each
meeting with the intent of soliciting positive improvement
steps for future meetings.
supervisors, team leaders, or anyone who is responsible for
organising and leading meetings on a regular basis.
||Maximum of 12
workshop including individual participative exercises and
subject to specific client requirements.
participants should bring:
- An agenda for a
meeting in their own format.
- Their diary.
- A room large
enough to accommodate up to 12 people at tables set up in
small groups or a horseshoe shape.
projector, flipchart, whiteboard