Have you ever found yourself 20 minutes into a meeting and realized you have no idea why you’re there? Meetings can be powerful leadership tools. But if run poorly, they can drive people crazy.
In this session, participants use work-based scenarios to practice tactics for running meetings that keep people happy—whether they’re in person or remote. The coaching combines several methodologies and disciplines, covering: scheduling, agenda-setting, facilitation skills, and coming up with next steps. You’ll leave the class with a framework for facilitating meetings that run efficiently and provide attendees with clear assignments and
Come up with your next steps and delegate clear assignments. Follow up with a summary of the key points you covered, and track your team’s action between meetings.
This SNP Public Workshop is a two-hour virtual live workshop on Zoom. We create a highly engaging, interactive session where participants ask questions, practice skills, and role-play scenarios.
Participants are encouraged to use real-life examples to make this as practical as possible. We offer a chance to collaborate with other participants in breakout rooms to network, make connections, and share ideas and insights. Every class draws upon the collective intelligence of the group while still giving participants the individual attention they deserve.
Do you have any questions about the training? Is there someone on your team that would benefit? Is this something you’d like to go through with your whole team rather than as an individual participant?
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Back in 2013, Asana was still a young company and some of their managers were experiencing leadership roles for the first time. So they needed to learn how to be, well, leaders. Like how to be more influential, directive, confident, and how to deal with conflict. Because if they could flourish then Asana could start to scale even faster (and without so many growing pains).
We started with just one 1:1 coaching relationship. But the good word spread fast. Soon enough more people from Asana’s management team were seeking our unique third party perspective, skill-based approach, and communications expertise to build their personal brand, strengthen their careers, and achieve more. (And did we mention the coaching program was a perk that attracted new talent? We didn’t? Well…) Eight years later and Asana is still scaling. And we’re still by their side helping them do it.