Lecture 11 - David Robinson © David Robinson, 2009

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Unformatted text preview: David Robinson © David Robinson, 2009 faculty.haas.berkeley.edu/robinson/ugba100 Haas School of Haas School of Business Business ugba-100 Business Communication Lecture 11: Meetings & Managing your boss Lecture Outline • Even before you are the boss, you may have responsibility for well-run meetings • When you start work, using your knowledge from this course, diagnose your boss’s working style—and adapt to it • Watch out for bad situations and prepare to leave RUNNI NG M EETI NGS Being an effective committee chair or “staffer” may enhance your reputation • Your goal: You want people to weep when you leave • Many opportunities • in school (associations) • NFP/charity work • Additional opportunities on the job • Substitute for your boss • Take notes while your boss participates • “Staff” a committee When you are the Chair • Avoid dominating with your opinion – The task is to reach consensus – A decision with poor “buy-in” isn’t wor th much...
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Lecture 11 - David Robinson © David Robinson, 2009

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