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Techniques for Turning Each Meeting into an Open Exchange of Ideas--and a Value-Adding Asset for Your Organization
Meetings can either be the bane of employee life or they can help facilitate the cooperation needed to efficiently and effectively work together.The Manager's Guide to Effective Meetings shows you how to plan and conduct meetings that involve each participant, promote a strong sense of community and, most importantly, drive your organization forward. Look to this latest volume in McGraw-Hill's popular Briefcase Books series for field-proven techniques and strategies to:
In our increasingly collaborative work environment, the ability to manage results-driven meetings has become a critical career asset. Let The Manager's Guide to Effective Meetings provide you with a step-by-step template for energizing your next meeting, and transforming it from a roomful of clock-watching individuals into a collaboration of involved and enthusiastic partners.
Briefcase Books, written specifically for today's busy manager, feature eye-catching icons, checklists, and sidebars to guide managers step-by-step through everyday workplace situations. Look for these innovative design features to help you navigate through each page:
Barbara J. Streibel, Ph.D., is a consultant and manager of intellectual capital development at Oriel Incorporated.
This text can be repetitive and boring. There are other texts I like more, but this had all the nuts and bolts I needed to use in a Leadership Develop Group. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Woman
I've used this book series with many classes I've taught on ways for managers to become more effective. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by TLFC
Great for information on how to properly hold a meeting. A source of information for structuring the agenda of a meeting. Good information on what not to do as well.Published on March 3, 2013 by Eric