Julia raises a concern. "I am in charge of running a fairly unpopular meeting at my office. How can I make this meeting more engaging considering the low interest in the topic?"
Drafting an agenda is a good start and there are other considerations. Devote attention to the details of meeting location, room set-up, breaks, refreshments, and invest time in mastering the art of effective meeting facilitation to engage participants and manage group dynamics.
As a noted trainer says; "if you take the time it takes, it takes less time" and this is true for meetings. An investment in planning time translates to focused and useful meetings.
Tune in tomorrow for additional tips.
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