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.
Date: Tuesday March 11
Time: 1:05PM-1:25PM, Eastern Time (1:05 ET / 12:05 CT / 11:05 MT / 10:05 PT)
Agenda: Presentation (15 min), Q&A (5 min)
Join us live for a discussion on how to help your top brass further refine their meetings. We’ll review the following key points:
Critical ways agendas are different for Executive Teams
When to schedule presentations from outside organizations
Structure, flow and details
6 hats - who wears what?
Who should attend: consultants, business development, department managers, executives, call hosts, call participants, IT Managers and Directors, Telecom Managers and Analysts, Administrative staff, Office Managers, Event Planners
There is no cost to attend this webinar.
Webinar Attendees Receive the ebook: The Ultimate Library of Leadership Guides for Conducting Highly Productive Meetings
Hope to see you on the webinar!
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