Have you ever been to a bad meeting? Who hasn't? This book will help everyone run more productive and motivating meetings. Don't miss it! --Ken Blanchard, Co-Author, The One-Minute Manager and The Secret
To be honest, I hate meetings and tend to keep them to a minimum. But if I need to chair or attend them, I always consult Donald Kirkpatrick. Now he has put his practical, interesting, and enjoyable ideas down in this wonderful book. You should buy this book for managers and trainers to make their meetings more productive. --Diederick Stoel, CEO, Profitwise
This book is right on the mark! Learning to plan and conduct productive meetings should be a part of every management development program. Because so much of our time is spent in meetings, it makes sense that possessing productive meeting management skills can have a real impact on an organization's bottom line. --Frank J. Anderson, Jr. President, Defense Acquisitions University
About the Author
Donald L. Kirkpatrick is one of the most celebrated workplace learning professionals in the world. His books and articles have influenced and guided the work of at least two generations of training and performance professionals. His seminal work, Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels, is used around the world to determine the on-the-job and business impact of training programs. He is an active author, consultant, teacher, and speaker. He is a past national president and a Gordon M. Bliss award winner of the American Society for Training and Development and the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement in Workplace Learning and Performance. He received three degrees from the University of Wisconsin in Madison: a BBA in accounting, an MBA in personnel management, and a PhD in counseling and adult education.