Free Your Team from Unproductive Meetings
Your team is struggling. Their schedules are Swiss cheese with meetings that start late, run long, lack focus, and are poorly organized. To get their "real work" done, they're working after hours and during meetings, which makes these long, poorly organized meetings even worse.
Reading articles and sharing meeting tips hasn’t fixed anything. And because you're always booked in back-to-back meetings, you don't have the time it will take to attend a bunch of long trainings. You're feeling stuck, but you also know that because you're the leader, this problem is your responsibility.
In short: Your team's ineffective meetings are destroying productivity and morale. Left unchecked, bad meetings are making it impossible to achieve your goals and retain your team.
To eliminate time wasted in unproductive meetings, you need a system. Your system must be:
- Specific to your team:
You can't impose a process developed for some other group on your team and expect it to work. Every team has unique needs.
- Efficient and Effective:
You can't reduce meeting time at the expense of business results. Results are non-negotiable.
- Adoptable and Adaptable:
Your system won't work if your team doesn't buy into it, or if it breaks every time something changes.
In this program on Designing Meeting Systems for Teams, you'll create that system. And because we know your time is precious, we've cut out all the fluff to make this the most efficient, practical, and immediately useful program possible.
|TITLE:||Designing Meeting Systems for Teams|
|INSTRUCTOR:||J. Elise Keith|
|WHEN:||Three 4-hour sessions, with breaks
|COST:||$797 per participant (Public Enrollment)
$12,000 private groups
|FOR:||People responsible for the meeting success of a team, group, department, or program|
- Learn the keys to effective and efficient team meetings.
- Redesign your most important meetings and create custom agendas and rituals to ensure recurring meetings are productive and energizing.
- Access detailed handouts with sample agendas, team schedules, and activities.
- Create "cheat sheets" you can use to quickly identify and correct problems with team meetings before they impact team performance.
- Connect with a network of peers and learn from one another as you implement your new plan.
- Access expert advice during open office hours.