Running Meetings: Lead with Confidence, Move Your Project Forward, Manage Conflicts

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Whether you're new to running meetings or a seasoned executive with no time to waste, leading effective (and even pleasant!) meetings is a must.Running Meetings guides you through the basics of:
Crafting a useful agenda
Inviting the right team members
Making sure everyone's voice is heard while avoiding conflict
Capturing decisions, ideas, and follow-up tasks


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Contents

Running Effective Meetings
3
Preparing for Your Meeting
9
Leading Your Meeting
43
Making Your Meeting Stick
63
Running Specific Types of Meetings
75
When Good Meetings Go Bad and How to Fix Them
91
Learn More
105
Sources
109
Index
111
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