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10 things you can do to organize and lead effective meetings

10 things you can do to organize and lead effective meetings

TechRepublic has a good list of 10 things to organize and lead effective meetings. Quick and easy way to change deadly waste time meeting into a productive and effective meeting:

  • Know why you called the meeting
  • Know what action you expect from the meeting
  • Never send a meeting to do a conversation’s work
  • Designate someone you trust to take the minutes
  • Establish the rules of order
  • Start on time, end early
  • Maintain focus
  • Assign action items at the end
  • Verify agreements
  • Follow up with assignments and agreements

Read the article for the full explanation.

10 things you can do to organize and lead effective meetings – [TechRepublic]

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Last Updated on September 22, 2019

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