Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Coming prepared, part of Leading Productive Meetings.
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You can help make the meeting effective for both yourself and others by coming prepared.…Coming prepared means more than just arriving at the meeting, listening, and…occasionally talking.…I'll give you a brief checklist to help you be prepared for your meetings.…First, use a meeting task list.…If you've completed the Time Management Fundamentals course on lynda.com, you'll…be familiar with using a task list for processed items.…You can also create a list for each meeting that you participate in.…
For instance, any time that you have a task or idea that you need to discuss in a…group meeting, put that idea in a group task list,…for example group: Project Managers Meeting.…Create similar lists for all the groups and one-to-one meetings that you…participate in regularly.…When you come to the meeting bring that list, either via your laptop, a mobile…device, or even a printed list.…
This will help you be prepared with minimal review prior to the meeting.…This will also save time for all participants, so that they don't need to wait…
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- Reducing the length and number of meetings
- Making sure everyone feels heard and appreciated
- Using one-on-one meetings to minimize workplace distractions
- Following up on meeting work<br><br>
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