If meetings are not handled properly, they end up being a big resource drain

Meetings, far from being the core part of a business; are a waste of time. So believe two thirds of executives. If meetings do not serve their purpose, why hold them at all? Why not devise methods by which meetings can be productive, meaningful, purposeful and exciting?

The ways of doing this and illustrating how the team can connect, engage and create ownership for a project effectively will be the content of a webinar that is being organized by TrainHR, a very popular provider of professional trainings for the human resources industry.

Penny Zenker, who has created the P10 Productivity Accelerator System that is focused around the 10 Core Drivers of work success and is a strategic business coach and trainer who helps organizations and entrepreneurs boost productivity, will be the speaker. To discover ways of boosting productivity from meetings and making them the effective tool to communication and planning, which they are supposed to be, please log on to http://bit.ly/2ef8HUP

Make meetings more effective

Since such a high proportion of executives feel so strongly against the purposes served by meetings; it is important to take a closer look at this whole idea of meetings. Participants at this webinar will be able to significantly increase focus and productivity, improve team communication, be able to attain their goals more quickly and efficiently, work more closely and effectively as a team, and finally, dramatically increase engagement and ownership from the team.

This session will be of immense value to a range of professionals such as CEO’s, Professional Directors, Managers, Consultants, Department Heads, and Supervisors.

Penny will cover the following areas at this webinar:

  • Rules and Boundaries create more effective meetings
  • Identify and re-evaluate meetings based on 4 meeting types
  • Managing unwanted meeting behavior
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Accountability measures

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