Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Presenting the development, part of Leading Productive Meetings.
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In the previous video I showed you how to prepare a brief three-to-five minute…development presentation for the meeting.…Now it's time to teach what you prepared.…So I'd like to give you a few suggestions to help that be as effective as…possible. Even if you don't feel that teaching or training other people is…your greatest strength, every person can be a teacher in their own way and can help others grow.…The first tip that I would give you is, grab their attention. No matter how…prepared the lesson, begin with something that's positive, interesting and…perhaps a little bit out of the ordinary. Why?…Well, typically when someone comes into the meeting their attention is all over…the place. You can think of it in terms of them looking up and down, to the…sides, all over the place.…
They may be thinking about what they were just working on, things that are going…on in their personal life, or the game that they saw on TV last night.…You want something that pulls their attention toward you.…Not only will this help you be better able to teach, but it will also help them…
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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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