Conducting Effective Meetings

General

Program Description

What you will learn:

You will learn to improve your skills in planning and conducting effective meetings. This course is designed for employees at all levels of the organization who are responsible for holding meetings for organizations, departments or work teams.

  • Understand the characteristics of effective meetings
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of meetings you conduct
  • Use guidelines to establish and run a meeting from an agenda
  • Understand the 3 leadership roles required for effective meetings

Length: One- half day session of classroom instruction followed by a series of web-based reinforcement tools.

Purpose of this course:

To increase productivity and collaboration through planning and conducting meetings that make the most of everyone's time and input. Learn to create meetings that others want to attend because you follow an agenda, maximize participant's time and input and follow up with well communicated minutes.

About Seattle Research Partners, Inc.

Seattle Research Partners meets the learning needs of managers, supervisors, and individual contributors in organizations. Whether you are a small business owner, a human resource professional, a department manager or a senior executive, our PEAK Learning Program™ is designed to offer you top-quality learning and development experiences. We are educators and business leaders committed to the full development of professionals no matter their field or industry.

Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

Welcome to the School of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University. This is a strategic moment for students of business. With the ever-increasing globalization of commerce, business is pois ... Read More

Welcome to the School of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University. This is a strategic moment for students of business. With the ever-increasing globalization of commerce, business is poised to play a major role in shaping the character of our world for decades to come. Read less