This is Part 2 of a two part series on running efficient meetings.
You can also read Part 1: 5 Simple Secrets to Efficient Meetings.
In Part 1: 5 Simple Secrets to Efficient Meetings we looked at the problems that can come from poorly run meetings, and discussed some simple techniques to help run meetings efficiently and effectively.
In this post, we're going to look at another five techniques, focussing around getting the best out of your attendees and helping them to follow through on decisions.
Let's jump straight in, shall we?
This is Part 1 of a two part series on running efficient meetings.
You can also read Part 2: Another 5 Secrets to Effective Meetings.
It's just after noon. You're hungry, your glass of water has run out, and you have been sitting in an uncomfortable chair for the past hour. There is a long list of things you could be working on - some of it needs to be done by tomorrow. You have to pick up the kids at 3pm and you probably won't even get to have lunch.
We've all been stuck here - the disorganised meeting. Sometimes more often than we would like.
So what can you do to keep your meetings short, sharp and efficient?
The solutions are easier than you might think...
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