This Trainee-centered course includes the following training methodologies:-
- Talking presentation Slides (PPT with audio)
- Simulation & Animation
- Case Studies
- Gamification (learning through games)
- Quizzes, Pre-test & Post-test
After completing the course, the employee will:-
Apply and gain an in-depth knowledge on effective meeting skills Learn how to plan, schedule and organize meetings Prepare meeting venue with proper layout to facilitate meeting objectives, seating arrangements and required meeting support systems Ensure availability of support to take care participants needs Prepare agenda, minutes of meetings, taking attendance Understand the roles of the chairperson, facilitator, minute taker and attendees Identify the types and purposes of meetings Review the agenda to cover during and after the meeting Plan for meeting and send out meeting reminders Start on time, keep it short and simple, stay on topic and take smaller meetings outside the conference room Carryout different approach, use technology and send out a meeting summary Recognize the most effective type of meeting and deal with stressful meetings in a professional manner Take a time-out, acknowledge your triggers, address your fears and resist hostility Manage time in a meeting effectively by identifying goals for the meeting Create an agenda with time references as well as identify and work with a timekeeper Write effective minutes of a meeting, focus on listening and take the time to properly prepare for the meeting in advance Use templates, meet and discuss the meeting with the chairperson in advance and talk to attendees before the meeting Be prepared, sit next to the chairperson, type the notes into the final minutes document and write objectively Apply various ways to be a better meeting participant, come prepared and think before you speak Ask questions of others, put your phone away, speak with confidence and use the rule of three Use powerful words, practice out loud, choose your spots and apply techniques of effective listening for effective meetings Focus on the speaker, look at body language, ask for clarification by rephrasing, keep an open mind and focus on the overall picture
Running effective meetings is one thing every good manager must be able to do. How can a manager ensure that people show up on time? Communicate with each other? Get things done after the meeting? In this course, you will learn how to establish goals for your meetings, set realistic agendas, work with others on meeting etiquette, and create plans to turn decisions into actions.
This E-Learning course is designed to provide participants with a detailed and up-to-date overview of effective meeting skills. It covers the types and purposes of meetings; the agenda to cover during and after the meeting; planning for meeting and sending out meeting reminders; starting on time, keeping it short and simple, staying on topic and taking smaller meetings outside the conference room; using technology; and sending out a meeting summary.
Further, the course will also discuss the most effective type of meeting; dealing with stressful meetings; taking a time-out, acknowledging your triggers, addressing your fears and resisting hostility; managing time in a meeting by identifying goals for the meeting; creating an agenda with time references; identifying and working with a timekeeper; and writing effective minutes.
During this interactive course, participants will learn the focus on listening and taking the time to properly prepare for the meeting in advance; using templates; talking to attendees before the meeting; be prepared, sitting next to the chairperson, typing the notes into the final minutes document and writing objectively; the various ways to be a better meeting participant, come prepared and thinking before you speak; asking questions to others, putting your phone away, speaking with confidence and using the rule of three; using powerful words, practicing out loud, choosing your spots and applying techniques of effective listening for effective meetings; focusing on the speaker; looking at body language; asking for clarification by rephrasing; keeping an open mind; and focusing on the overall picture.