In this video, you'll learn how to advance your own important agenda items in timely fashion while keeping in mind that your audience has their own agenda too. By applying six easy techniques, you'll create better small group dynamics and stick to your guidelines with more active participants.
- When you're the presenter at a meeting,…your primary job is to make sure you cover the agenda…and to deliver the information in a timely fashion.…However, you also have to keep in mind…that your audience may have their own agenda.…Because small group meetings, workshops, and presentations…can open up a comfortable setting for knowledge sharing…and collaboration, it's imperative to learn…how to manage the discussion.…You have to keep the group focused on the information…that provides the most valuable learning experience.…
Small group dynamics are different than larger groups.…Managing the small group may not be easier…because it's small, but there are simple techniques…that you can apply to keep your presentation on track,…on time, and hitting all of the important areas outlined.…At the same time, you always want to be cognizant…of what people need and want to learn from you.…Your role as the presenter requires you to carefully balance…the predetermined agenda with the information…your audience feels is critical, helping to maximize…
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- Recall the two-step process for understanding your audience.
- List the five steps to neutralize the negative.
- Summarize the characteristics of the five types of people in an audience.
- Recognize the importance of keeping your composure.
- Determine the most appropriate action to take if you are unable to answer all the questions at the end of your presentation.