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Meeting Management
By Taggart  E.  Smith
   
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Pub Date : December 18, 2000
ISBN : 0-13-017391-6
Pages : 166


Meeting Management offers comprehensive skills-based training in developing tools for groups to respond efficiently and effectively.

  • Solve problems using group input

  • Determine methods for proceeding when solutions are found

  • Lead and empower the meeting process

  • Identify strengths and weaknesses of meeting management abilities


   
  Table of Contents
Meeting Management
By Taggart  E.  Smith
   
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Pub Date : December 18, 2000
ISBN : 0-13-017391-6
Pages : 166


      Copyright
      Preface
        Acknowledgments
     
      Chapter 1.   Overview of the Meeting Process
        Introduction
        Importance of Meeting Management
        Structure for Three Types of Meetings
        Selecting a Topic
     
      Chapter 2.   Organizing Your Message
        Audience
        Agendas and Meeting Objectives
        Practice Exercise
     
      Chapter 3.   Conducting Information Meetings
        Platform Conduct
        Visuals
        Preparation
     
      Chapter 4.   Preparing for Interactive Meetings
        Why Have Meetings?
        What's Wrong with Meetings?
        Types of Meetings
        Meeting Approaches
        When to Have Meetings
        Planning Interactive Meetings
     
      Chapter 5.   Meeting Roles
        The Leader
        The Facilitator
        The Recorder
        Participants
        Leader and Facilitator Actions
     
      Chapter 6.   Dealing with Meeting Disruptions
        Latecomers/Early Leavers
        Silent/Shy Persons
        Whisperers/Side Conversationalists
        Talk-A-Lots
        About Conflict
     
      Chapter 7.   Conducting Problem-Solving Meetings
        Introduction
        Purpose of Problem-Solving Discussion
        Problem-Solving Meeting Objective
        Leader Role in Problem-Solving Discussion
        Problem-Solving Meeting Example: Neighborhood Park at Risk
        Problem-Solving Meeting Practice: Saving Adolescents
     
      Chapter 8.   Conducting Decision-Making Meetings
        Introduction
        Advantages of Group Decision Making
        Leader Role in Decision-Making Discussion
        Gaining Consensus
        Asking Questions
        Questioning Techniques
        Criteria Making
        Comparing Alternatives
     
      Appendix  Presentation Materials
      References