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Meetings are the best of times, and meetings are the worst of times.
Why are meetings so important? For one, they are the lifeblood of institutional action. Without meetings and the communication and agreement they can engender, no (big) action can take place. With few exceptions, most people who run meetings have had no training, no study and no coaching to run meetings. Few people think about how that 20-minute discussion about fishing--however important that topic is--just cost your team four hours because 12 people in attendance all had their time wasted!
This book is specifically designed in three parts. The first part is 10 weekly or monthly lessons to run great meetings. These simple lessons can be covered in about 10 minutes each. Your team can dwell on each lesson for the whole week or month. Master it and move to the next lesson. The second part of the book is a detailed review of every area of meetings from agendas to assessments. Each chapter covers a topic area in depth. The final section is over 100 ideas to improve your meetings that are usable today!
10 Minutes a Week to Great Meetings will provide you with a great return on your time in the next, and every subsequent, meeting.
Acerca del Autor - Joel Levitt
Joel Levitt is a leading trainer of maintenance professionals. He has trained over 15,000 maintenance leaders from 3000 organizations in 21 countries in over 500 sessions. Since 1980 he has been the President of Springfield Resources, a management consulting firm that services all sized clients on a wide range of maintenance issues.
He has almost 25 years experience in many facets of maintenance including as a process control designer, source equipment inspector, electrician, field service technician, merchant marine worker, manufacturing manager, and property manager. Prior to that Mr. Levitt worked for a CMMS vendor and in manufacturing management.
He is a frequent speaker at maintenance and engineering conferences and has written 6 popular maintenance management texts and chapters of 2 additional reference books. He has also published dozens of articles on the topic. Mr. Levitt has served on the safety board of ANSI, Small Business United, National Family Business Council and on the executive committee of the Miquon School.
He can be reached at JDL@Maintrainer.com or visit www.Maintrainer.com
Chapter 1 - Some Background About Meetings
Chapter 2 - Types of Meetings
Chapter 3 - Meeting Culture and Ground Rules
Chapter 4 - Agenda and Subject Matter
Chapter 5 - Notes and Minutes
Chapter 6 - Roles People Play in Meetings
Chapter 7 - The Use of Checklists
Chapter 8 - Facilitation: Running a Productive Meeting
Chapter 9 - Facilitating the Problem-Solving Meeting
Chapter 10 - Advanced Facilitation
Chapter 11 - Destructive Meeting Symptoms
Chapter 12 - Mentoring: Passing on the Best You Have
Chapter 13 - Where to Go From Here
Chapter 14 - Help Is on the Way
Chapter 15 - Using Microsoft Outlook® to Help Manage Meetings
Chapter 16 - Using Meeting Defender Software to Improve Meetings