The best meeting may be the one that never happens…

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August 17, 2012 by Kelly Hazen Klug

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If time is money and people are our most important asset, why are so many meetings a waste of time?

One recent study reported 25 to 50% of the time people spend in meetings is wasted. In another report, 45% of managers indicated they thought workers would be more productive if meetings were banned one day a week.

We all know some meetings are necessary, but which ones?  How can you make sure your meeting isn’t just a big time vacuum? Find out during Practical Knowledge’s “How to Run an Effective Meeting” workshop.

We’ll help you answer these questions:

– What simple questions can you ask to determine if a meeting is truly necessary?

– Who should be invited to a meeting and who should not?

– Which three people can help your meeting run smoothly?

– What feature can you add to an agenda to help it be taken seriously?

– How can you end a meeting knowing action will be taken?

Who Should Attend?

Business owners who meet with clients.  Non-profits who work with committees and volunteers.  Managers with teams of employees.  Anyone who doesn’t want to sit through another pointless meeting!

Next Step

Help us put an end to time-wasting meetings! Join us on Thursday, August 23 (9:00-10:15am) to learn how! All for just $15.

Even better: Stay for a session on  Adding Google Calendar to Your Biz Toolkit (10:30-11:45 am). You can attend both sessions for just $25.

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