About This Chapter
Team Briefing Processes - Chapter Summary
The lessons in this corporate training chapter show your company's supervisors the basics of team briefing processes. As your managerial employees work through these simple and expertly taught lessons, they'll become familiar with:
- Team briefing strategies
- Meeting reporter roles
- Team briefing monitoring
- Solutions for common team briefing issues
Be sure to have your employees complete the accompanying lesson quizzes to check their understanding of the material. These resources are available 24/7, and they can be accessed on any computer or mobile device.
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: The lessons help supervisors cultivate an awareness of team briefing roles, strategies, issues and solutions
- Offers monitoring methods: The chapter examines feedback and follow-up methods for team briefing.
- Improves team briefing skills: Supervisors who complete the chapter will be able to better monitor the team briefing process.
By the end of the chapter, your supervisors should be able to:
- Recognize roles and strategies that are involved in receiving team briefings
- Describe the meeting reporter's role
- Monitor the process of team briefing through feedback and follow-ups
- Assess issues and solutions pertaining to team briefings
1. Receiving a Team Briefing: Roles & Strategies
Meeting organizers aren't the only ones with responsibilities in a team briefing. Attendees have their own roles in receiving a team briefing. We'll outline those components in this lesson.
2. Role of the Meeting Reporter in Business
Reading this lesson, you'll learn how important the role of the meeting reporter is. You'll learn what notes the reporter will take and how it helps the business to keep on track and to grow.
3. Monitoring the Team Briefing Process: Feedback & Follow-Up
Team briefings rely on feedback for keeping communication channels open. In this lesson, you'll learn about the importance of this feature and what a briefing leader should do when the meeting is over.
4. Team Briefings: Common Issues & Solutions
In this lesson, we'll define team briefing. You'll also learn about common issues and solutions in team briefing: large group of employees, geographically dispersed and shift employees, absenteeism, communicating unfavorable information, and complaining employees.
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