Which of the following questions is NOT recommended as a starting point for

Which of the following questions is not recommended

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14.Which of the following questions is NOT recommended as a starting point for building an agenda?A. What information will we need?B.How can I prevent others from raising controversial points during the meeting?C. What do we need to do in the meeting to achieve our objective?D. What conversations will be important to the people who attend?A well-written agenda provides information that helps all members deal thoughtfully with important items.Adler - Chapter 08 #14Topic: Planning a Problem-Solving Meeting: Setting an Agenda15.Which of the following best meets the criteria for a well-written agenda item? Adler - Chapter 08 #15Topic: Planning a Problem-Solving Meeting: Setting an Agenda16.It's not important to include ____________ on an agenda. Adler - Chapter 08 #16Topic: Planning a Problem-Solving Meeting: Setting an Agenda
17.Goal descriptions for agenda items should be ________. Adler - Chapter 08 #17Topic: Planning a Problem-Solving Meeting: Setting an Agenda18.Which of the following is NOT an aspect of the organizer's pre-meeting preparation? A. Advise members how to prepare for the meeting.B. If individual members have specific assignments, remind them.C. Decide on the order of the agenda items.D.All of these are aspects of pre-meeting preparation.Pre-meeting preparation includes telling members how to prepare for the meeting, reminding individual members about their specific assignments, and ordering the agenda items.Adler - Chapter 08 #18Topic: Planning a Problem-Solving Meeting: Setting an Agenda19.The concept of a bell-shaped agenda means that Adler - Chapter 08 #19Topic: Planning a Problem-Solving Meeting: Setting an Agenda

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