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Meetings That Make A Difference!
Jonathan Frost is the Managing Director of Discovery Coaching Limited; a successful coaching consultancy based in in Edinburgh, Scotland. Over the last 20 years he has inspired and enabled hundred of managers, leaders and key influencers as they face the opportunities and challenges of leadership life.
This book is about creating meetings that make a difference! It has over 200 tips, hints and techniques that you can use to lead powerful and effective meetings. It includes...
- The 7 practices of good meeting facilitators
- 10 key meeting traps to avoid
- 10 key success factors
- How to influence group dynamics
- The 7 powerful meeting tactics
- 24 point evaluation checklist
It is for all people who have to engage in meetings. Typically this willy will be directors, senior managers, middle managers or key influencers.
Ages will vary significantly - probably most relevant for the 25 - 50 year old. It is gender neutral.
It will probably appeal most to those who are having a hard time controlling meetings or people who are stuck in a non-productive routine of meetings. It is especially relevant for those who want to spend less time in meetings and get more from them.
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
I am looking for something that is interesting. If you check out the cover of the first edition on amazon you can see a good graphic I used first time around (I used create space's design tool...Im sure you can do better!)
I want the cover to reflect the opportunity of getting people talking, discovering and collaborating. We all have stereotypes of poor, boring meetings - this is an opportunity for managers to succeed.
Its a positive thing - convert meetings into a strength.
I would like a visual that captures the above.