Holding Effective Meetings: Increase the Effectiveness of Your Meetings by Using Organizational Behavior Management Research and Tools
Being in an academic or professional setting, you are guaranteed to have been part of a meeting. Multiple meetings per week or month, some meetings that could have been avoided if only an email were sent. Meetings consist of more than sitting people in a room and talking at them. With 21st-century jobs changing into a technological, fast-paced, highly efficient environment, it is pertinent that our meeting styles also evolve. Shauna Costello references previously reviewed research and how we can, and should, be using updated research and literature before, during, and after meetings. She outlines key factors that will help you effectively hold meetings - from planning to follow-up - and provides printable tools that can be individualized for your workplace.
What you’ll learn in the course and be able to do afterward
- After reviewing research and literature on effective meetings you will learn to:
- Re-define the function of a meeting and answer questions such as, why is this meeting necessary, who is required to attend this meeting, etc.
- Use provided tools to assist in the development, running, and continuous improvement of your meetings
- Introduced to project management processes that will teach you to engage in effective behaviors to initiate, run, manage, and improve meetings by using a behavioral approach to project management.
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