Making a meeting a good one is both a science and an art. There are technical and logistical things you can improve, as well as the artful side – impactful tactics and learned skills to further engage participants and make the atmosphere of the meeting fun and useful.
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Creating a safe meeting space to have deeply impactful conversations ultimately leading to social change can be challenging. Here’s how you can get through.
Amazon Founder, Jeff Bezos, adheres to a strict rule called the “two pizza rule.” If two pizzas cannot feed the entire group in a meeting, he will not attend. Here’s how you can use that rule to improve your meetings.
Tired of those meetings that drone on endlessly with no tangibles in sight? Fear not. Here are eight steps to rock your next meeting.
It should be said though to managers that even with meetings being a mainstay in the work setting to keep people and projects on track, it does not mean that getting together should be a long and arduous task. Meetings can and should be an effective way to communicate information and to keep projects on… Read more »
In government, no one really accomplishes anything all by themselves, which means that meetings are a fact of life. You can make them more or less successful by taking steps to learn the behaviors that aid or inhibit your efforts.
It’s conference season! Conferences are important opportunities for government employees. Learn how you can make the most out of your upcoming ones.
Brainstorming sessions that are not well planned and executed are a waste of everyone’s time. Here are some of our tips and tricks to make sure all your meetings run smoothly.
Brainstorming in government is the name of the game. But brainstorming sessions in the form of long meetings can feel like a waste of time. Learn how to make the most of brainstorming sessions with these tips.
Meeting management techniques are something that you can learn and improve with time. The tips in this article will help you quickly boost your skills at managing meetings, but they are still only the start of your journey towards becoming a confident meeting chair.