Stop de meeting reflex – How to avoid meetings
In the series: ‘Change and Innovation through meetings’
It’s easy. One of your team members suggests a meeting to solve an issue. But it’s more than easy, it’s a reflex. Where did we learn that meetings were unavoidable?
There are alternatives. And these alternatives can be as good or better at achieving what meetings should achieve: pushing forward your change or innovation.
This half-day workshop will challenge you to find alternatives for your meetings. Alternatives to generate ideas, to make decisions and to implement them. You will experience the positive impact of less are maybe even no meetings for your work.
|Workshop||Stop the meeting reflex|
|Results||After the workshop:|
|- you recognize the meeting reflex|
|- you know how to avoid meetings|
|- you have practical and doable alternatives for your meetings
|Elements||Meetings as a ritual|
|The role of meetings in change and innovation|
|The challenges of meetings in a changing environment|
|Meetings and groupflow|
|The no-meeting organisation|
|Time||Half day (09:00 – 13:00 of 13:00 – 17:00)|
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Workshop series: ‘Change and innovation through meetings’
This series of 4 workshops make your meetings hotbeds for change and innovation.
What was the best meeting you ever led? Why was is so good? You call mettings to change your organisation, to keep processes on track and to realize your targets. A meeting is successful when it leads to tangible change.
But most meetings grow into more meetings. You plan meeting after meeting and the change does not seem to happen. Estimates show that 30-50% of the meeting time is considered a waste by the participants.
These series are about stopping the meeting reflex, generating great ideas, making clear desicions and making them happen.
For whom: teamleaders, top-level managers, directors, programme managers, project managers and all managers who regularly lead a meeting.
The series consist of: