Here Is Exactly What Is Wrong With Your Meetings

TJ Walker
A free video tutorial from TJ Walker
BestSelling Personal Development & Habits Expert
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Learn how to diagnose what is wrong with your meetings

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Leading Effective Meetings - You Can Lead Effective Meetings

Learn How to Plan Effective Meetings, Run Effective Meetings and Generate Results After Your Meetings

26:45:14 of on-demand video • Updated November 2020

  • Become highly skilled in leading effective meetings
  • How to Plan effective meetings
  • How to conduct effective meetings
  • How to Implement results of effective meetings
  • How to facilitate effective meetings
  • How to make engaging presentations at meetings
English [Auto] So the title of this course is leading effective meetings. What is that mean. The implication of course is that most meetings are not effective. Why is that. Well let's be honest let's be candid. Think about your organization meeting jury and how many of them are boring. How many of them seem pointless. How many of them seem to drone on and on line. How many of them never start on time. How many of them never end on time. How many of them seem like a complete utter waste of time. If you want to be effective at leading meetings it's not enough to simply be aware of things you don't like yet have a sense of self-awareness. The very things you don't like when other people run meetings. Are you perhaps guilty of making the same mistakes in your own meetings so you want to be effective at leading meetings and running meetings. You've got to have a sense of self-awareness to know not to repeat the same things other people do that you don't like in your own meetings. If you hate it when other people start late don't start late. If you hate it when the person leading the meeting has no real clear purpose of why the meeting is hell then don't hold meetings that way. So that's the first big step as you already know what doesn't work. So you get to make an active checklist of things not to do this way you increase the odds of running an effective meeting.