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Foster a culture of meeting maximization

New Rules for Running Meetings

Meetings just aren't the same anymore.

… Attendees glancing at smartphones
… Latecomers causing punctual folks to wait around (especially those who call in late to conference calls)
… Monopolizers who veer from agendas and dominate proceedings
… The list could go on and on

And everyone knows meetings are notorious time-wasters. But still, meetings continue like a hard-to-eradicate plague.

Time spent in meetings has been rising by 8% to 10% annually since 2000, according to a Bain & Co. report.

Here's the good news: New technology and new findings on efficient time management are helping us establish new rules for effective meetings.

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Join us for a new webinar May 2, New Rules for Running Meetings, and you will learn how to make every meeting count.

And you will come away with handy tools and checklists to determine whether meetings really need to occur in the first place. Specifically, you'll learn:

  • How to apply rigorous tests to determine if a meeting is truly necessary.
  • Strategies to fight off time-wasting traps such as chatty monopolizers who dominate the proceedings.
  • Simple steps to pick the right mix of attendees–no more, no less–by posing 3 easy screening questions.
  • How to foster a culture of "meeting maximization" based on efficiency, speed and follow through. When everyone expects that you'll start on time, keep things moving and follow up on decisions/outcomes, they'll treat meetings more seriously and prepare more diligently.

If it seems like you spend all your time in endless meetings, you're not alone. Approximately 11 million meetings occur in the United States each day. Isn't it time you followed the New Rules for Running Meetings?

Sincerely,

Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
Business Management Daily

P.S. Early Registration Bonus. The first 50 people who register for New Rules for Running Meetings will receive Business Communication Toolkit: Vol. 2, Verbal Communication—Guide to Improving Your Presentations to Groups Large and Small. What you say and how you say it have a big impact on your career. Want to ace your presentations, from briefings to staff meetings to formal speeches? Follow the simple, step-by-step advice in the Business Communication Toolkit: Vol. 2, Verbal Communication – Guide to Improving Your Presentations to Groups Large and Small. You'll craft the perfect presentation, from an opening that grabs your audience to a closing that inspires action.

P.P.S. Extra Added Bonus. You'll also receive a 30-day membership to ExecLeadership.com - our members-only website. You'll gain access to thousands of articles … read case studies of other great leaders' secrets … ask our experts your questions, and more. There's also a weekly e-letter PLUS a monthly newsletter. So that you continue to benefit from ExecLeadership.com, we'll continue your members-only access for just $89 per quarter, unless you tell us "no, thanks" – your choice.

P.P.P.S. We promise you'll be satisfied. If New Rules for Running Meetings fails to meet your needs in any way, we will refund 100% of your tuition — no hassles, no questions asked. Your Registration Bonus, website access and course materials are yours to keep.

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About Your Speaker:

Morey Stettner is the editor of Executive Leadership, a communication consultant, an executive coach and the author of five popular business books: The Art of Winning Conversation, Skills for New Managers, The Manager's Survival Guide, The New Manager's Handbook and Buyer Beware: An Industry Insider Shows You How to Win the Insurance Game. A dynamic, crowd-pleasing speaker, Stettner has addressed many groups across the United States on communication skills and led courses for Toastmasters International and The Learning Annex. He has delivered corporate training programs on topics such as listening skills, public speaking, and motivating and managing employees. Stettner has served as editor of many management newsletters including Communication Briefings, Manager's Edge, Executive Strategies, Working Smart, Managing People at Work, Executive Wealth Advisory and You and the Law.


Early Registration Bonus:

The first 50 people who register for New Rules for Running Meetings will receive Business Communication Toolkit: Vol. 2, Verbal Communication—Guide to Improving Your Presentations to Groups Large and Small. What you say and how you say it have a big impact on your career. Want to ace your presentations, from briefings to staff meetings to formal speeches? Follow the simple, step-by-step advice in the Business Communication Toolkit: Vol. 2, Verbal Communication – Guide to Improving Your Presentations to Groups Large and Small. You'll craft the perfect presentation, from an opening that grabs your audience to a closing that inspires action.

Extra Added Bonus:

You'll also receive a 30-day membership to ExecLeadership.com - our members-only website. You'll gain access to thousands of articles … read case studies of other great leaders' secrets … ask our experts your questions, and more. There's also a weekly e-letter PLUS a monthly newsletter. So that you continue to benefit from ExecLeadership.com, we'll continue your members-only access for just $89 per quarter, unless you tell us "no, thanks" – your choice.

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