In a well-run company, there is a clear mandate that comes from the top. Executives and managers have well-defined, quantifiable objectives with specific priorities.
An effective executive team meeting mirrors this structure – it has a mandate, a structured agenda, and a valuable purpose. Most of all, a good executive team meeting is brief and to the point. Sounds obvious, but you might be surprised how inefficient executive meetings are in some cases.
In this 20 minute video, we’ll discuss several approaches, including some surprising must have's to help your top brass further refine their meetings, such as:
This webinar will appeal to Executives, Business Development folks, hosts, call participants, IT Managers and Directors, Telecom Managers and Analysts, Administrative staff, Office Managers, Event Planners.
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