Take Your Meetings From Average to Remarkable

February 18, 2016

Paul Axtell, Author of Meetings MatterWebinar recording from
March 22, 2016

Paul Axtell,
Author of Meetings Matter

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Learn what it takes to make every single meeting more productive and valuable for all those involved.

Watch the webinar to learn:

  • The essence of designing and leading a meeting
  • Why perspective and relationship are more important than tactics
  • What you can do as a participant to impact each meeting you attend
  • How to effectively close a meeting to ensure progress

How are the quality of your communications? Personal effectiveness expert and author Paul Axtell is here to help us improve ourselves, based on a rather simple concept: change your conversation, change your life. Our relationships – in or outside the workplace – are essentially a series of conversations; if you look at your life the same way, then the quality of those conversations mean a lot.

With over 20 years’ experience running a training and consulting company (and the author of the award-winning book Meetings Matter: 8 Powerful Strategies for Remarkable Conversations), Paul will share with us his learnings on the powers of conversation and perspective, and he’ll teach us how we can use both of these concepts to be more productive, less overworked and less stressed in both our personal and professional lives.

In this webinar, you will learn how to restructure the way you organise, conduct and think about meetings: adopting quick-fix tactics won’t solve the age-old meeting issues of ‘we have too many meetings,’ ‘my meetings aren’t well-designed,’ ‘my meetings always run overtime,’ etc. Paul shows us how to apply a new perspective and a better conversation to achieve meeting success

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