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Effective Meetings

Reduce time, conflict and have clarity of outcome

Course description

Research shows that people spend over 50% of their time in meetings every week, but often get less than 15% results from them!

In the study of effective meetings several different facets come into play.

  • Clarity of the desired outcome or result based on a prepared and agreed agenda
  • Clarity of the objectives and process of the meeting prescribed
  • People who attend the meeting have different personalities and different thinking processes for themselves which are usually not the same as other attendees
  • Ground rules for behavior and discussion

Participants will be immersed in a variety of lectures, simulations and discussions to help them understand the processes of processing and effective meeting and the cultural and behavioral dynamics that different parties bring to the table. Essential topics such as strategies to work with difficult people and tackle tough conversations will be covered. At the end of the programme, participants will be better equipped to plan and to prepare for effective meetings with people of different cultures and backgrounds.

Are you spending too long in meetings that yield no results? How many hours a week do you spend in meetings and do you measure how productive you are from them?

If you answer yes please come to our Effective Meetings workshop

Who is the course aimed at

All meeting goers whether it is social, government, business meetings

Who Should Attend

Those who chair meetings
Meeting attendees


More cohesive meetings
Outcome driven meetings
Reduce the number of meetings
Reduce the length of meetings
The course has meeting simulations so you will be able to practice what you learn

What you will learn

Communication science
Building rapport
A methodology where every participant will be heard and have their thinking pattern and objective met without conflict

Process of agenda and desired outcome making
The difference between information passing and decision making meetings