Communicating Successfully for a Stronger Organization
The key to effective meetings is to identify why they are significant to the attendees. The failure of meetings is that they are on the calendar and regularly scheduled to occur despite whether there are reasons to meet or not. This presentation discusses finding the purposes of meeting topics, creating an agenda that communicates the purpose of each item, and developing an action plan identifying leaders who will carry out the tasks on a timeline and report the progress or results.
Table of Contents
- – Purpose of Meetings
- – Situational Factors
- – Agenda Design
- – Meeting Assessment
- – Archiving Meeting Minutes
Meeting agendas and minutes are artifacts of the steps to achieving outcomes for projects and mission. They can serve as framework for communication, especially when meeting participants are spread over a distance. They help to bond the relationship of employees whether the meeting is held in-person or online.