Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nov 28

How to run a workshop meeting

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

This continuing series on meetings offers this type of meeting: The Workshop. I look at a workshop meeting as a meeting where a group is going to work on a particular subject throughout the meeting to achieve some end result. Typical workshop meetings could include the infamous “what’s our Mission meeting,” or where you gather […]

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Nov 26

How to run a status meeting

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Status meetings are meetings where people describe where they are in their work. The work could be on a project, ongoing operations, or a team roundtable that describes where people are in meeting their goals. This meeting, as all different types of meetings in this series, have specific actions to take as a leader and […]

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Nov 20

How to run a decision meeting

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Most people think when they are calling a meeting that the “decision” meeting is the meeting they are calling. But they don’t set the meeting up the right way, don’t clarify what the decision is that needs to be made, and let the meeting go off into rabbit hole after rabbit hole. The net result? […]

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