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6 Strategies to Ensure Your Meetings are Highly Productive

Make stressful, chaotic meetings run more smoothly
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6 strategies to ensure your meetings are highly productive

People dread business meetings where nothing gets accomplished.

To help you make every meeting worthwhile, Entrepreneur's Stan Popovich offers tips to ensure meetings aren't just useless time sinks.

For most people, learning Robert's Rules of Order is a real pain. And it can be as interesting to learn as watching paint dry. But it doesn't need to be this way. Learning Robert's Rules of Order can be fun, and it really can be simple!

• Have goals. Know what you need to accomplish in a meeting and write it down. Share your goals with other attendees and don't end the meeting until those goals are met.

• Write a summary or agenda beforehand. Use this to plan your communication methods for various points you want to make and share the document with attendees. This will align everyone's expectations with what's going to happen and reduce fears or rumors beforehand.

• Stay on task. If someone goes off on a tangent, politely steer the discussion back to your agenda.

To help you save time, and end the frustration caused by poorly run meetings, Administrative Professional Today has teamed up with Susan Leahy, founder and co-creator of RobertsRulesMadeSimple.com, to bring you this one-of-a-kind training. Robert's Rules of Order Made Simple will provide you with a road map that will set you up for success when navigating through treacherous terrain of formally run meetings. Register for this informative webinar.

• Encourage everyone to participate. Don't just let a few people take the meeting hostage. Create an environment where everyone feels empowered to contribute.

• Hang back afterwards. Don't just give your presentation and bolt. Chances are, someone will have a follow-up question and you'll want to know that everyone fully understands what's going on.

• Change it up. Ask for ways to change up meetings from time to time so participants don't get bored. Consider meeting in a new venue or varying the format.

— Adapted from "10 Tips On Getting the Most Out of Business Meetings," Stan Popovich, Entrepreneur.

Join us Tuesday, December 15, and this interactive and fun webinar will help you:
  • Shift your personal paradigm regarding Robert's Rules of Order by learning "The Three Laws."
  • Gain understanding about your own and Susan Leahyothers' level of knowledge and experience with using Robert's Rules of Order.
  • Explore "The 7 Fundamental Motions" used during most meetings.
  • Enhance your knowledge of the Pyramid of Precedence.
  • Practice using the 3 most important motions.
  • Attain a sense of personal confidence so you can more fully participate and contribute in your next meeting.
Whether you are a manager who runs meetings or just participates in them, you (like the other professionals in the room) don't have time to waste in poorly run meetings. Investing in this Robert's Rules of Order Made Simple webinar will help save you time, energy and frustration.

So if you use Robert's Rules of Order to run your meetings, do yourself a favor and attend this high-energy, interactive webinar that really makes learning Robert's Rules of Order as simple as 1, 2, 3! Register now!
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