New Zealand businesses spend millions per year on staff meetings, so it's important to not only get the most out of your time spent meeting with colleagues, but to assure the company also benefits from any relevant decisions or outcomes.
If you're responsible for setting or managing staff meetings, then the PD Training Meeting Management training course will teach you how to gain accountability, manage the participants, handle disruptions and ensure outcomes are followed through in a timely manner.
Starting with planning and preparing for a meeting, then moving onto managing participants and taking quality minutes to closing a meeting on time, this training course helps develop skills for handling every step required to manage meetings professionally.
This dynamic training course is available now throughout New Zealand, including Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Please click the In-House Training tab to receive a free quote for courses delivered at your preferred location.
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After completing this course participants will have learned how to:
"Barwon Youth always conduct surveys to capture staff's feedback of each meeting, and PD day. All feedback was positive and an example is 'finally a relevant practical training that suits everyone from HR, IT, Management and all youth/social workers!' We will definitely use PD Training and in particular 'Karen' again for professional development in the areas you offer. We conduct training for all staff every two months, so you will hear from us most definitely."
"The highlight was the trainer and his knowledge and delivery."
Powercor Network Services Major Projects Group
"Jack was able to tailor the course to be specific to my role and he had some similar experiences within his career that he was able to refer to which made the training more relevant. He was able to identify my strengths and how I will be able to utilise them over the next 2 or 3 years."
NSWBC - Extrastaff Apprenticeships
"The course I felt was very helpful for what I am currently involved with well done."
"Good all-round course, must parts of the course well be useful for getting meeting underway and how to keep people engaged during a meeting. Well do to Pamela in presenting the course and her ability to engaged people during the course."
Hancock Forest Management
"Overall it was a good experience and an excellent energising motivator for action/change."
"Really good presentation. Some great practical ideas for more efficient meetings."
NOW NZ Ltd
A University study has shown that companies are wasting huge amounts of money on inefficient meetings. The study conducted by the University of South Australia discovered that one in three workers admitted to falling asleep in meetings while 87% said they daydream and 26% said they did other work.
Professor Terry Robbins-Jones, head of the University's School of Accounting and Information Systems says "People spend well over 50% of their time working with other people - making it the single most expensive activity in the business world - and yet we know nothing about it," he said.
The University of South Australia study found that 46% of executives felt meetings were a good use of time, while 33% felt that - at best - they were fairly productive. These figures suggest that utilising a "meeting auditor" or "collaborative advocate" could produce cost savings and increased productivity benefits.
This Meeting Management Training Course will assist participants with the appropriate meeting conventions and protocols to managing formal, informal and e-meetings. Participants will learn to apply tools and techniques in planning, participating in, and concluding successful meetings.
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 1
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 2
Planning for the Meeting
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 3
Preparing for the Meeting
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 4
Preparing a Meeting Space
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 5
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 6
Roles and Responsibilities
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 7
Chairing a Meeting - Part One
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 8
Chairing a Meeting - Part Two
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 9
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 10
Meeting Management Training Course - Lesson 11
Getting the Most from Business Meetings
In-House training benefits:
To Be Engaged All Day
Activities and discussion for engaged learning all day.
An outstanding trainer
On average PDT trainers have 15 years industry experience 7 years training experience.
Focussed on you
We always tailor activities and scenarios to be relevant to you.
Refresher Course $0
In-House and Public Class participants are welcome to join a public class in the same topic for 12 months.
1/2 Price Coaching
We all know the importance of reinforcement, so we'll come back within 90 days of the original course 1/2 price.
The confidence of booking with an acclaimed multi national training company.
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