Meetings are an inevitable and often unwelcome aspect of the working day. They figure heavily in all walks of life and create a forum for providing information, holding discussions, and making decisions. If they are run well they are a really valuable tool in running your organisation and progressing projects. If run badly they can seem like no more than a time-wasting irritant to the participants. Whether you hold meetings in your office or attend international summits, the meeting is a place where certain etiquette is essential. How to run a meeting, behave in a meeting, construct minutes, and Chair meetings are all essential skills for anyone wishing to move projects forward, forge a career in business or even run their own business. So, even if you are only a participant in frequent meetings this book will show you how to get the most out of them and ensure that they are a building block of success. From issuing invitations to taking the minutes, or even chairing a meeting, everything is covered.Running Meetings: Expert Solutions to Everyday Challenges, Pocket Mentor series (Harvard Business School, 2006) (and Kindle) Facilitating Meetings and Chairing Discussions by Julia Rowan (NuBooks, 2011) (eBook) How to Makeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Make Meetings Work: Teach Yourself|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2011-10-28|