Coming prepared


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Coming prepared

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 al...

Coming prepared
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Coming prepared provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Dave Crenshaw as part of the Leading Productive Meetings

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