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How to Run an Effective Meeting

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Summarizing the main points

Summarize at the end of each discussion point and at the end of the meeting your time and action schedules, and your implementation plan and assignments. Then have everybody in the meeting agree on what has been decided.

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The first 5-7 minutes of a meeting

The first 5-7 minutes of a meeting

This is the most important part for conducting more effective meetings.

It establishes the parameters, organizes the terms of reference and tells everybody in the room why they are there, for how long, and what they need to accomplish.

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Delegating leadership

The way to avoid inadvertently dominating the meeting is to delegate meeting leadership.

Whenever possible, assign the meeting management responsibility to someone else, to build subordinates skills. It is a great training tool that gives employees the opportunity to build...

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Distribute minutes within 24 hours

...from the meeting. The more important the decisions that have been taken, the more important that you have them distributed in writing so that if they have questions they can get back to you.

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Encouraging open discussions

Encouraging open discussions

Leaders should take up the role of facilitators and avoid dominating the discussions.

During meetings, it’s very important to get input from everybody, not only from those eager to contribute but even from those who are shyer and less likely to speak up.

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Press for closure

Press for closure

Once you start talking on a subject, discuss it thoroughly but press for closure on what has been decided and who’s going to do what and by when, before you go on to the next item on the agenda of the meeting.

The inability to keep on track and to press for closure are the...

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Peer pressure

Peer pressure

People who agree to do something in front of their peers are much more likely to follow through.

If everyone heard them say that they would do something by Thursday at noon, it is much more likely that they will have an internal incentive that will save you the need to mo...

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Begin right on time

During a meeting, do not penalize the people who were there on time by waiting for others who are late. 

Assume that the latecomer is not coming at all and get right on with the meeting.  

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Things you should keep in mind

...to ensure maximum satisfaction for everyone:

  • If certain people are dominating the conversation, make a point of asking others for their ideas.
  • At the end of each agenda item, quickly summarize what was said.
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How to take valuable notes during the meeting?

  • Note taking application: Many people prefer old-school way of taking notes using notepad/pen while others prefer a reliable note-taking application.
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