How many times, perhaps each day, have you received an invite to a meeting for which you had no idea what the meeting was about and why it was vital for you to participate?
How many meetings have you attended where there was no clear agenda, no clear objectives, no decisions made, and worse, it was clear that you didn't need to be there?
Effective meetings begin long before the sessions take place and don't end when the meeting is over.
Generally speaking, meetings mostly fall into seven types:
Regardless of the purpose of your meeting, effective facilitation can help improve meeting efficiency, shorten decision time, and produce clear objectives, deliverables, and next steps.
Effective facilitators are neutral guides that help set up a meeting for success. They keep a group focused and on track. They guide groups to consensus. They formalize and capture what comes next. They make the meetings highly engaging and leave participants feeling like their time was well spent.
Does this sound like how you want your meetings to look? Let us help you achieve this.