Here are some practical steps to a meeting which can make a difference, some ‘quick wins’ to ensure that your attendance/contribution is professional and a box of ‘handy hints’ to bring them all together..
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Good meeting etiquette
A meeting is as successful as the positive contributions of its members. There are various ways you can contribute in a meeting, sometimes in a formal way (as Chair or minute-taker) and many informal ways through speaking, summarising, guiding a small discussion or asking questions to clarify what you have heard.
- Meetings are for the benefit of all and no one person has the right to dominate or be disruptive. People should be addressed courteously and should feel comfortable enough to make their contributions.
- The meeting Chairperson should ideally create an agenda before every meeting. Where possible, the agenda must be circulated among all attendees for them to prepare in advance. Meetings should not be conducted just for the sake of it; it is important to have well defined plans. Mak
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