CONSTRUCTING PRODUCTIVE MEETINGS
Working Smart in Meetings provides processes to design, plan, organise and run meetings that are ‘On Time, On Track and On Purpose’. Conducting meetings effectively includes listening + recognising different Communication Styles + recognising the impact of 20 ‘Characters’ + guiding meetings to make decisions.
We show you how to use Microsoft Teams and OneNote effectively to gain productive time.
WorkingSm@rt processes provide the foundation for designing and running effective online meetings which are enhanced by WorkingSm@rt meeting leadership techniques.
Online 4-hour Instructor-led WebShops
WorkingSmart processes provide the foundation for designing and running effective online meetings which are enhanced by WorkingSmart meeting leadership techniques.
Unit 1 – The Four Phases for WorkingSm@rt in Meetings
Unit 2 – Pre-Meeting Requirements
Unit 3 – Constructing the Agenda
Unit 4 – During the Meeting
Unit 5 – After the Meeting
Most effective for executives, managers, team and project leaders, as well as anyone who attends meetings regularly and wants to be a part of improving organisational effectiveness.
Hands-on Instructor-led Sessions: 4hrs online Webshop on one day or 2 x 2hrs WebShops on separate days
Languages: We can deliver in English, French, German, Dutch, Japanese, Mandarin & Turkish
Follow-up Individual Coaching: Online
Tailoring: Training objectives are discussed in advance to suit individuals & teams
Graduates' Refresher: Join a 1 hour complimentary online refresher session with one our Priority Coaches.
Comprehensive Learning Guide and Resource Manual: Individual Virtual Learning Guide with training content to refer to, whenever you want.
Ongoing support: WorkingSmart Helpdesk, no matter where you work.
LearningLink: Our monthly productivity e-newsletter to keep you updated.
“Useful tools to manage meetings, understanding different types of people participating and managing time.”
“Covers many important topics to consider for running effective meetings.”
“Really step back and think why we have a meeting, set agenda and follow-up.”
“Re-setting the standards and expectations for meetings - game changing!"