CITD - Chairing Meetings

CITD - Chairing Meetings : Thursday 9 November

For:

All those who chair formal or informal meetings on a regular basis.

Objectives:

By the end of the course, delegates will :-

  • Have clear guidelines for the preparation and structure of meetings
  • Be able to apply the skills of leading and controlling meetings
  • Be able to make meetings shorter and more productive

Method:

The course is highly participative and practical

Timing:

Half-day

Chairing Meetings - Programme

  • Welcome And Introductions
  • Objectives of the course
  • Meeting Preparation
  • Common problems associated with meetings
  • Responsibility of the chairperson
  • Preparation for the meeting
  • Planning the structure
  • Getting the timing right
  • Skills Of Leading Meetings
  • What skills are required ?
  • Questioning, summarising and controlling the meeting
  • Practical exercise
  • Problem People/Situations
  • Dealing with problem people at meetings
  • How to handle more difficult issues/situations

Summary And Action Planning

Delegates will identify the actions they can take to improve the effectiveness of the meetings they chair.

 

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