How many times have you heard “another meeting?”? And yet meetings provide a fantastic opportunity to mobilize teams and groups and get things in gear. If this is not the result of most of your meetings, this workshop is for you. Meetingitis is mostly due to poor quality rather than quantity of the meetings. Good meetings do not happen by chance; they are carefully planned and skillfully facilitated.
Discover solutions so that your meetings are a good investment of time and resources: yours as well as participants’. Over and above technical aspects, we’ll also consider human elements that help create a meaningful experience. Learn the key process: start with a clear objective, encourage democratic participation, and end with everyone on the same page. You will achieve results in line with set objectives instead of a waste of time and energy.
One day Workshop
Factors contributing to successful meetings
Meeting objectives, appropriate structures and processes
What needs to be done before and after a meeting Tools to structure a meeting
Facilitation role and responsibilities
Methods to encourage fair and meaningful participation
- Occasional meetings facilitators, supervisors, managers, team leaders, or project leaders
- All who seek to improve the efficiency and results of the meetings they preside over
Denise Beaulne carries over 25 years of experience, 13 of those devoted to the Public Service of Canada. Denise holds a Certificate in Facilitation from Saint-Paul University and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Andragogy (Adult learning) from l’Université du Québec en Outaouais. A train-the-trainer specialist, her approach in designing, developing, and delivering all her workshops is a unique blend of andragogy and facilitation theories and practices. Her workshops are noted and appreciated for their liveliness, highly interactive and practical approach fostering the integration of learning.
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