GEB3031wk6 - Meeting Management Cornerstone Course Click to...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Meeting Management Cornerstone Course Dr. Cameron Ford
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Meetings : Where Leadership Happens Meetings are important settings for creating and aligning visions, goals, roles, and proposals Meetings are a context for exercising influence Meeting are valuable when they clarify shared visions, goals, roles, and establish norms that empower individuals to contribute when working on their own Meetings are destructive when ambiguity fosters frustration, conflict, withdrawal, and poor performance
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When to Call a Meeting Call a meeting when you: Need entire group to provide information Want participation in decision making Are dealing with problems that need input
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When to Avoid a Meeting It’s better not to hold a meeting if: You don’t have time to prepare A phone call or email work as well The issue has already been decided
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Preparing for the Meeting Create a plan Determine people to invite Plan the place Clarify meeting processes Assign responsibility for progress
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course GEB 3031 taught by Professor Dr.ford during the Spring '09 term at University of Central Florida.

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