Sharing information and issues, creating integration and consensus, facilitating team dynamics and developing the feeling of belonging. This is what happens or should happen during a business meeting. These are also the things needed to be more and more competitive, create innovation and operate with success. This ability can be integrated and will enhance the growth of both employees and organizations themselves, assuming that cohesive teams work towards finding concrete and creative solutions to the problems their organization face.
The course aims to equip participants with a variety of techniques and instruments, but above all to develop a positive attitude towards innovation, interaction, change and cross-fertilization. For those with leading positions, this means to rethink their leadership role, becoming able to promote collaboration and innovation through experience sharing and mutual learning.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
The four key typologies of business meetings
When is a meeting useful?
The phases of a meeting
Employees’ organizational behavior
Facilitating meetings: the face model to combine two central aspects: production and facilitation
A technique to favor the divergence phase: brainstorming
Techniques and strategies to favor the convergence phase
Best practices: techniques. This is a small toolkit to manage constructive and concrete business meetings characterized by strong relations