Designing and Running High Impact Meetings

Date(s) - 02/14/2014
8:30 am - 10:00 am

Centerville Seminar Center

Most people hate meetings…and for good reason! Most meetings are boring. In fact, executives consider more than two-thirds (67 percent) of meetings to be failures, according to research by Rick Gilbert, an executive coach for companies including Apple, Adobe, Cisco, eBay and Oracle. What a waste of money, what a waste of human capital and what a wasted opportunity. Because it is through our meetings that we run our companies.

In addition to being wasteful running bad meetings damage people’s careers. I have literally seen people’s careers soar or crash based upon their level of competency when it comes to designing and running high impact meetings. I have also seen companies that never grew and some that even failed because they never learned how to run the types of meetings that were necessary to run their companies.

As a consultant my entire career is based upon my ability to run impactful, informational and productive meetings that create the conditions for knowledge sharing that managers use to build their companies, solve their problems and generate innovations which can take them to the next level.

Attend this session and learn the secrets and methods I use to transform meetings from “Talk and tell, I’m in hell.” sessions to ones that pique people’s interest, serve their needs and the needs of the organization by being catalysts for action and drivers of accountability.

And don’t come alone! The more members of your team who learn these methods the faster your organization transforms!

Attendees will gain knowledge that they can literally “learn today and leverage tomorrow” as they go back to their offices and begin designing the types of meetings that build both careers and companies

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