Meetings are important. But 72% of senior managers find meetings to be unproductive. It seems only meeting leaders rate meetings high without considering how well they have facilitated the meeting.
If meeting leaders get better at running meetings, the results for an organisation could be tremendous. All it takes is to identify the gaps and the skills that are lacking.
In today’s episode, Dr Steven Rogelberg tells us how to run effective meetings. With 20 years of research into that space, he knows what is needed to become a brilliant facilitator. With the rise of virtual meetings at this time, facilitation is an important skill to make a positive impact.
Whether you’re doing in-office meetings or doing virtual meetings, this episode offers so many insights you shouldn’t miss.
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- The Blind Spot in Meetings
- The Mindset of the Best Meeting Leaders
- How an Agenda Should Be Structured
- What It Means to Facilitate a Meeting
- The Notion of Shrink and Separation in Meetings
- Using Touchpoints to Keep People Engaged
- Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals
About Our Guest:
Dr Steven Rogelberg is a professor of organisational science of management and psychology. He has recently won the Humboldt Prize, one of the highest awards you can get in the whole scientific world. He is also author of the book, The Surprising Science of Meetings.
Reach out to Dr Steven and find links to his book at his website.
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