Brian Tracy

Meetings That Get Results (The Brian Tracy Success Library)

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Meetings don't have to be a waste of time. When managed right, they are a powerful tool for solving problems, making decisions, exchanging ideas-and getting results fast. Based on years of experience consulting for companies around the world, Brian Tracy has learned firsthand what works in meetings-and what doesn't. Now, in this pocket-sized guide, he reveals simple, proven ideas you can use to make meetings shorter, more effective, and more satisfying to everyone in attendance. Readers will find out how to: Structure different types of meetings: one-on-one or group, informational or problem-solving, internal or external * Clearly define the purpose and the desired outcome * Establish priorities * Set an achievable agenda * Prepare and participate * Encourage open communication * Keep discussions on track * Avoid groupthink * Press for closure * Summarize discussion points and decisions * Gain agreement on action steps, assign responsibility, and set deadlines * Determine the ideal room layout * Make effective presentations * Maximize the return on time invested * And more Meetings are management in action-superiors and subordinates alike will assess your performance. Meetings That Get Results will help you shine.
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    Alexander Sokolovhas quoted2 years ago
    My favorite expression is that “meetings are management in action.” They are a major opportunity for you to display managerial competence (or lack thereof) as well as to develop your communication skills, to influence and persuade others, and to advance the goals of the organization.
    Eugenia Zaitsevahas quoted5 years ago
    Your ability to lead a meeting is a critical part of your success in management. This skill is one of the marks of leadership that is most evident to people in your organization. As Peter Drucker wrote, “The key tools of the executive are the meeting, the presentation, and the report.” You must be excellent at all three.

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