What can prevent you from running effective meetings?
Can a lack of confidence cause you to Fail?
The answer is YES to all of the above. Fear, Self-Doubt, and Lack of Confidence are considered “Internal Factors”. You have to get a handle on all of your “Internal Factors” to lead effective meetings.
You are in luck because this course will teach you the technical skills you need to handle any “Internal Factors” that might cause you to doubt your ability to run effective meetings.
There is an art and science to running effective meetings and I’m going to teach you both in this course.
Is there anything else that can prevent you from facilitating effective meetings?
Can an employee constantly arriving late cause issues?
Can an employee that constantly interrupts others cause issues?
Can unwanted disruptions and distractions cause issues?
The answer is YES to all of the above. These are called “External Factors”. These factors are not directly under your control but you can influence them. And once again, you are in luck because I’m going to help you learn how to handle “External Factors”.
Since I keep using the word “LUCK”, I’m going to stay with it. I feel lucky to have the opportunity to teach you. This is my second Udemy course and it feels great to be teaching people all over the globe. I have students in 14 different countries and adding more every day.
I hope you have time to watch my Course Promotion video and preview some of the course lectures. If you think this course will help you, please ENROLL TODAY and get started. If you have questions as you are progressing through the course, please ask them in the Q&A. My goal is to help you become effective at leading meetings.
For an overview of the course, please see below:
Section 1 – Welcome to the Course
· Introduction to the Course
· How to get the most from this Course
· Practice Activity
Section 2 – Not All Meetings are Created Equal
· Why do we have meetings?
· What type of meeting should I have?
· Meetings to RUN your Organization
· Practice Activity
Section 3 – What is Your Agenda?
· Why you should have a Meeting Charter
· Developing a Meeting Agenda
· What are Meeting Logistics?
· What are Meeting Procedures?
· How to Close a Meeting
· Why you need to understand Meeting Pitfalls?
· Why you need meeting Ground Rules?
Section 4 – How to Run Effective Meetings
· How your Actions impact the Effectiveness of a Meeting
· 1:1 Meetings
· Team Meetings
· Brainstorming Meetings
· Decision Meetings
· Kickoff or Launch Meetings
· Progress Review Meetings
Section 5 – Conclusion
· What’s Next?