There are a multitude of meeting types depending on the purpose of the meeting. A service meeting, a project meeting, a micro meeting…
A good meeting relies on collective intelligence and consensus to make decisions, solve problems, launch a project, diagnose a service offer, make the team grow.
This course presents you different formats depending on the objectives of your meetings.
Are you a manager? The staff meeting is essential. How can you ensure that it doesn’t turn into a de-motivating routine, but rather is a meeting the whole team looks forward to attending?
Meeting with all the staff members is indispensable for sharing information, of course, but it’s also important for the team’s group cohesion and for co-construction.
Here’s an efficient and innovative way to carry out your staff meetings.
What is the point of a 1-hour meeting when the subject can be dealt with in 15 minutes?
In the time of “meeting mania”, it’s a good idea to find meeting formats that are original, quick and productive.
Let’s explore the forms of micro-meetings and focus on the stand-up (that comes from agile project management), how it works and its advantages.
The so-called reflection and decision-making meetings are those that bring about change in the office: from continuous improvement to major reorganization.
We’ll look together at the 4 stages of these transformational meetings, including the qualities you will need in order to lead them.
Regulatory meetings take place in order to solve problems between team members and require the true talents of a mediator.
In this video we will see when this type of meeting should be held, and in what spirit, as well as the 3 steps to lead it successfully.
Have you heard of the acronym SWOT?
A tool for analyzing: Strengths,Weaknesses,Opportunities andThreats
The SWOT is a tool widely used by consultants.
I will describe what the SWOT is and give you an example of an application in meeting facilitation when you need to analyze a product, a service, a strategy, etc.
The GROW model comes to us from the world of coaching. Ideal for making decisions and establishing an action plan together.
I will describe the 4 simple steps for an efficient group work sequence and give you an example of how to use the GROW model (ex: improve the commitment and performance of your department).
GROW: Goal, Reality, Options and Will/Way forward.