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101 Ways to Make Meetings Active: Sure fire Ideas to Engage Your Group.
Say goodbye to the dull and deadly! Siberman is back --and better than ever! Think about your last meeting. Was it boring? Meetings often are. You might be yawning just thinking about it. You are not the only one! Those who attend stale meetings are as bored with them as the people responsible for running them. Dull and deadly is never the way to get things done. In his latest book, active training specialist Mel Silberman packs 101 tools, tips, and techniques guaranteed to brighten your next meeting. You will move the action along while successfully fulfilling genuine business goals and objectives. This is a resource for everyone! Mel has done it again! Use just a few of the more than 200 ideas in this gem of a book and never again will you hear ugh, another meeting.--Glenn M. Parker, team building consultant; author, Team Players and Teamwork; co-author, Teamwork and Teamplay You will get the basics on:
- Preparing a meeting
- Engaging participants right away
- Stimulating discussion
- Prompting creative problem solving
- Managing conflict
- Building consensus
- Creating an unforgettable closing . . . and much more!
Silberman has drawn a few choice tips from his other resources, but most of 101 Ways to Make Meetings Active consists of all-new, powerful techniques for pumping energy into your business gatherings. Your meetings and presentations will be more fun than ever before--and you will also build a stronger, more collaborative sense of mission and purpose.
Stop yawning! No need to be bored when Silberman is on the scene. A special BONUS is the nuts and bolts section that contains 140 field-tested facilitation tips.
Author: Mel Silberman
ISBN: 978-0787946074, Paperback, 336 pages
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