10 Attributes of Effective Meetin

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The ultimate goals of every meeting are agreements, decisions, or solutions. Meetings held for other reasons seldom produce anything of value.

Unprepared participants will spend their time inrepparttar meeting preparing forrepparttar 139161 meeting.

It is better to spend a little time preparing for solutions than to spend a lot of time fixing problems.

Meetings are an investment of resources and time that should earn a profit.

A meeting can be led from any chair inrepparttar 139162 room. And if itís your meeting, you want it to be your chair.

IAF Certified Professional Facilitator and author Steve Kaye works with leaders who want to hold effective meeting. His innovative workshops have informed and inspired people nationwide. His facilitation produces results that people will support. Call 714-528-1300 or visit his web site for over 100 pages of valuable ideas. Sign up for his free newsletter at http://www.stevekaye.com


Unexpected Wisdom

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Actually, every "next four years" will have a significant impact on you. Your actions and decisions during that time will determine everything that follows. Andrepparttar key to makingrepparttar 139160 most of time is having a vision, setting goals, and making plans.

Most leaders work with a business plan. And some have a business plan for their career and other important aspects of their life.

3) It can be a lot of fun.

Yes,repparttar 139161 next four years andrepparttar 139162 rest of your life can be a lot of fun. If you choose to make it so.

My train ride serves as an excellent example of this.

When I bought my train ticket I decided that I was going to enjoyrepparttar 139163 ride. And I can report that I had a ball. In fact, I told everyone that I met onrepparttar 139164 train that I wasrepparttar 139165 happiest guy onrepparttar 139166 train.

Now, let's be realistic about this. A train offers some challenges. For example,repparttar 139167 train rocks from side to side as it rattles along over old track, switches, and rail crossings. The train blows a whistle, which you can hear all day (and night) long. The train provides limited space. I spentrepparttar 139168 first night in coach, curled up on my seat andrepparttar 139169 suitcases that I stacked onrepparttar 139170 floor between my seat andrepparttar 139171 one in front. My sleeper (forrepparttar 139172 next two nights) consisted of a 3.25 feet wide, 7 ft. long, 6.5 ft high space.

And yet I wasrepparttar 139173 happiest guy onrepparttar 139174 train. Because I decided to enjoyrepparttar 139175 ride.

Similarly, we can enjoy our ride through life if we decide to enjoy it.

IAF Certified Professional Facilitator and author Steve Kaye works with leaders who want to hold effective meeting. His innovative workshops have informed and inspired people nationwide. His facilitation produces results that people will support. Call 714-528-1300 or visit his web site for over 100 pages of valuable ideas. Sign up for his free newsletter at http://www.stevekaye.com


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