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Going To A Meeting: Part 1— Introduction (01:55)

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Meetings help make an organization more effective; they can have a positive or negative impact. This program will show how participation can create an effective or ineffective meeting.

Do Your Homework (06:36)

Jeremy arrives late to the meeting and ineffectively argues for a new reception area. Hear tips for how Jeremy could have been better prepared. Jeremy uses the tips to make an effective contribution to the meeting.

Keep it Short (02:43)

Jeremy repeatedly strays off topic at a meeting and continues talking. Tips for meeting contributions include: stay on topic, stick to the agenda, and stay quiet if you do not have anything beneficial to contribute.

Keep it Cool and Courteous (04:09)

Jeremy and Matthew shout at each other about budget cuts during a meeting; arguing divides the team. Tips for avoiding a shouting match include: question instead of contradict, listen and respect arguments, and admit your weak points and the other person's strong points.

Meeting Rules (01:01)

Review the three rules for attending a meeting discussed in this video.

Credits: Going To A Meeting: Part 1: Messing Up A Meeting—Managing Yourself Classics (00:30)

Credits: Going To A Meeting: Part 1: Messing Up A Meeting—Managing Yourself Classics

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Featuring John Cleese, this first video of a two-part series provides tips for making effective meeting contributions. Topics include: meeting homework, short and concise contributions, responding to colleagues, and meeting rules.

Length: 17 minutes

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Copyright date: ©2002

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