Ch 6: Leading Team Meetings

About This Chapter

You can easily ensure your supervisors are able and ready to lead effective team meetings with this informative corporate training chapter. Lessons and videos plainly lay out various strategies while self-assessment quizzes help to make sure key concepts are understood.

Leading Team Meetings - Chapter Summary

Our professional instructors narrate information on how to lead successful team meetings for supervisors in this helpful chapter. Just a few of the corporate training subjects covered in our video lessons include different types of business meetings, creating a successful meeting agenda and how to prepare, contribute to and conduct productive meetings. Using assorted devices, supervisors can access these online materials from work or home 24 hours a day.

How It Helps

  • Enhances productivity: Supervisors will learn how to set up their meetings for success and gather tips for being as productive as possible.
  • Builds confidence: Before the meeting has even started, your supervisors will know how to prepare and plan for success with confidence.
  • Boosts morale: Your supervisors will be able to lead their teams more effectively and productively, leading to happier employees and teams.

Skills Covered

Use this chapter to teach your supervisors how to:

  • Differentiate between informal and formal business meetings
  • Conduct, prepare and contribute to productive meetings
  • Create a practical meeting agenda
  • Utilize strategies for productive team meetings
  • Manage plops and discounts in team meetings

6 Lessons in Chapter 6: Leading Team Meetings
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Types of Business Meetings: Formal & Informal

1. Types of Business Meetings: Formal & Informal

Meetings are definitely a part of the business culture that cannot be avoided. Some meetings you may look forward to, while others you may dread. Find out the differences between formal and informal meetings, and what you should expect from each.

Preparing, Conducting, and Contributing to Productive Meetings

2. Preparing, Conducting, and Contributing to Productive Meetings

There are a few key elements that should be considered when planning for a productive meeting. Organizing an effective meeting is a monumental task that involves preparing, conducting and contributing valuable ideas, resources and information in order to be successful.

Creating a Practical Meeting Agenda

3. Creating a Practical Meeting Agenda

A meeting without an agenda can be disorganized, run long, and be very frustrating. A meeting with an agenda can be effective, resolve pressing issues, and cover all needed topics.

Strategies for Making Team Meetings More Productive

4. Strategies for Making Team Meetings More Productive

Team meetings don't always have to be boring and unproductive; it is up to you as the manager to conduct engaging and productive meetings. Learn how in this lesson.

Managing Discounts & Plops in Team Meetings

5. Managing Discounts & Plops in Team Meetings

Ignoring or ridiculing ideas in team meetings requires a deft manager who can deal with discounts and plops. In this lesson, you'll learn more about managing discounts and plops in team meetings.

Practical Application: Conducting Productive Meetings at Work

6. Practical Application: Conducting Productive Meetings at Work

This scenario will describe a situation in which a productive meeting needs to be designed. We'll watch as a supervisor tackles the challenge of determining a meeting agenda, deciding who to invite and other important tasks and evaluate their decisions.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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