## Planning and Preparing for the meeting

What’s in it for me: This section covers the basics of meeting preparation: Identify the participants, choose the time and place, create the agenda.

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## Kick off the meeting

What’s in it for me: Kick off the meeting with proper planning and setting the agenda and expectations to your participants.

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## Sending preparatory details

What’s in it for me: Gathering Materials, making logistical arrangements and sending out invitations prior to your meeting. Deal with conflicts and preplanning.

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## Establishing the space

What’s in it for me: Setting up the meeting space is imperative to having a functional meeting. This section deals with the essentials, the extra touches and logistic.

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## Electronic options

What’s in it for me: Overview of choices available and things to consider before making a final decision. A look into setting up Vcons, and other electrical necessities for your meeting.

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## Meeting Roles and Responsibilities

What’s in it for me: Establishing meeting roles and responsibilities is key to setting off on the right foot. Understand the roles of the Chair, minute taker, participants and how to handle these in small and large meetings.

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## Chairing the meeting

What’s in it for me: Get off on the right foot by establishing the agenda and deferring non-agenda items.

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## Keeping it on Track

What’s in it for me: Learn how to keep the meeting on Track and hold participants accountable to actions and comments.

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## Dealing with Disruptions

What’s in it for me: Manage meeting time and disruptors coming in /out of meetings. Manage technical disruptions and topics that go off the agenda. Look at conflicts and how meeting tones reside.

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## Taking Minutes

What’s in it for me: Learn about how minutes should be taken, what to record and establish the ideal template.

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## Making Meetings Effective and awarding

What’s in it for me: We use the 50-minute meeting plan and look at how you can use tactics to not make meeting mundane but entertaining.

You’ve completed the most sought after course here! Well done! But don’t stop here. Let’s summarize all you have learnt and remember knowledge is no good kept in a cupboard. Implement what you have learnt, try the tools and see the outcome until you find a combination that works for you! Congratulations we know you got what it takes to make a great leader!

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