Course: Facilitating an Effective Meeting

General

2 locations available

Program Description

April 2 - 3, 2020

September 24 - 25, 2020

Animate an effective meeting

Prepare, lead and define the next steps of a meeting

General informations

Goal

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • to define an objective and concrete actions,
  • prepare and structure meetings,
  • to position oneself in front of a group and to encourage participation,
  • to animate his group with ease.

Prerequisites

No specific prior knowledge required.

Public

Employees leading occasional or regular meetings

levels

fundamentals

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Program

descriptive

Appropriate the basics of communication

  • Define the type of meetings: information, evaluation, problem solving, decision-making, consultation, and its terms of reference
  • Determine format: face-to-face, conference call or videoconferencing
  • Organize and manage a meeting remotely
  • Develop active listening, questioning, reformulation, reframing techniques

Prepare a meeting

  • Set clear goals
  • Structure and define the framework
  • Prepare animation tools and media
  • Invite participants: who (A and CC), why, when?

Open the meeting

  • Creating a positive climate: welcome and introduction
  • Present the framework, objectives and duration of the meeting
  • Make a presentation round: introduce yourself and present the participants

Facilitate a meeting

  • Prepare yourself personally: manage your nervousness, your emotions
  • Assert yourself with assertiveness
  • To know how to listen and to participate:
    • regulate the debate, give the floor to everyone, manage the group and the debates, refocus on the objective
    • manage conflict situations
  • Maintain the interest of the audience: appropriate animation techniques: brainstorming, group work
  • Co-hosting
  • Take into account the so-called "difficult" personalities: talkative, aggressive, disruptive, hyperactive

Conclude and follow up on a meeting

  • Respect the timing and finish in the allotted time
  • Summarize and conclude
  • The after meeting: summary report, and follow-up actions or decision record (Who? What results? For when?)
  • Define next steps

Further information

Strong points

Smart Campus

Teaching method

Pedagogy is based on:

  • an alternation of contributions, workshops and exchanges with the participants in a peer group,
  • scenarios based on the learning cases,
  • a personalized action plan.

An innovative, fun and concise anchoring module, available on Smart Campus, can complete this training.

speakers

Consultant trainer specialized in professional efficiency

Brigitte Tomety, Consultant trainer

Last updated Jan 2020

About the School

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Cai ... Read More

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Caisses régionales de Crédit Agricole, le périmètre de l’IFCAM s’est élargi en 2001, avec la création de l’entité Crédit agricole SA et l’intégration des filiales. Read less
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