Managing Meetings


Jed Stone

Copyright 2011 Jed Stone

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Chapter 1: How this book will help you
Chapter 2: Introduction
Chapter 3: Why do we have meetings?
Chapter 4: The benefits of meetings
Chapter 5: Is it really necessary?
Chapter 6: Is there an alternative?
Chapter 7: Types of Meetings
Chapter 8: Briefing Groups or Team Briefings
Chapter 9: Quality Circles
Chapter 10: Committee Meetings
Chapter 11: Brainstorming Meetings
Chapter 12: Making meetings productive
Chapter 13: Building relationships
Chapter 14: Before the meeting
Chapter 15: Preparing to call a meeting
Chapter 16: Advance planning
Chapter 17: About Agendas
Chapter 18: Contents of the agenda
Chapter 19: Preparing the Agenda
Chapter 20: Example of Skeleton Agenda
Chapter 21: Example of a Chairman’s / Secretary’s detailed Agenda
Chapter 22: Preparing to take part in a meeting
Chapter 23: Keeping records of the meeting
Chapter 24: Minutes
Chapter 25: Chairing the meeting
Chapter 26: An effective Chairperson
Chapter 27: Hints for the new Chairperson:
Chapter 28: How to handle the meeting
Chapter 29: Controlling discussions to clarify and assist progress
Chapter 30: How is the Chairperson appointed?
Chapter 31: How is the Chairperson removed?
Chapter 32: Types of leader
Chapter 33: The meeting procedure
Chapter 34: Obtaining agreement
Chapter 35: Taking Decisions
Chapter 36: What is an Adjournment?
Chapter 37: How to perform well at meetings.
Chapter 38: Getting your message across
Chapter 39: Achieving results
Chapter 40: Coping with conflict and opposition
Chapter 41: Maintaining order and handling difficult people
Chapter 42: After the meeting
Chapter 43: Evaluating meetings
Chapter 44: Delegating responsibilities and monitoring action
Chapter 45: Summary

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