Everyone hates poorly-run meetings—they’re a waste of time, and people dread them. If you consistently lead bad meetings, you lose trust and credibility. People notice.
But meetings are necessary, and even worthwhile. A well-run meeting can be one of the most efficient ways to move a project forward or solve a problem.
Imagine yourself consistently… successfully engaging with teams effectively communicating and building consensus showcasing your leadership skills running meetings that produce valuable results
This book is your step-by-step instruction manual. Filled with expert guidance, time-tested checklists, real-life examples, and advice for how to handle problems that derail even the most well-planned meetings.
BY USING THIS BOOK, YOU’LL LEARN… What to do before, during, and after meetings How to handle common meeting challenges with grace How to adapt your approach to different types of meetings How to use proven tools to meet your goals
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