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Meeting Management

Successful meeting management is a cornerstone of good office management – and that’s where Business Management Daily can help.

From thorough meeting event planning to taking minutes that accurately reflect the content of the meeting, our checklists and articles help improve your meeting management.

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People sometimes default to ­presentation-style meetings, but that’s not always the best way to get your ideas across to your audience.

More and more research is surfacing that indicates that technology hurts your ability to understand and process important information. The next time you conduct a brainstorming or problem-solving session, follow these tips to encourage deep thinking.

Setting a few rules about your meetings can make them effective and energizing, writes Jenny Evans in Fast Company. Here’s how to do it.
Are your meetings too long? We thought so.
Conference calls don’t always go smoothly, but they’re an important part of business communication, and knowing how to organize one correctly can help ensure success. Jennifer Hyman Sutton, COO of mobile communication tool Lua, offers these tips to help you do just that.
The etiquette of a meeting counts. Think of it as a performance with no faux pas. Follow these rules when leading your next meeting.

People dread business meetings where nothing gets accomplished. To help you make every meeting worthwhile, Entrepreneur’s Stan Popovich offers tips to ensure meetings aren’t just useless time sinks.

Don’t let a handful of people dominate your next brainstorming session. Use a round-robin technique to ensure that everyone participates and no one wields too much influence.
Plan your most important meetings early in the morning. During the day, employees become busy with tasks and overloaded with information.
Because introverts and extroverts learn differently, customize your training strategy. A one-size-fits-all approach rarely works for everyone.
It’s hard enough to keep face-to-face meetings on schedule. But conference calls can become a noisy free-for-all. Here’s how to run them smoothly.
Welcome to the future, where flying into a city for a meeting or business conference might mean venturing no farther than the airport itself. With travel budgets shrinking, flying in and out of an airport on the same day after having a meeting is becoming a legitimate option, travel and meeting professionals tell New York Times reporter Amy Zipkin.
Ensure that you obtain maximum attendance for your meetings as well as focused attendees. Consider these factors when scheduling your next meeting:
Disruptive behaviors in meetings are irritating to all attendees—not to mention time wasting. Use these tips to put a stop to disrupters and run smoother meetings:
If you allow multitasking during meetings, you are not encouraging employees to stay focused and engaged. Hold more productive meetings with these tips:
To make meetings productive, John Brandon suggests keeping these four statements out of the conversation.
Here are the top three issues that make meetings ineffective.
Life is too short to spend even one extra minute in a meeting. Endear yourself to colleagues by championing stand-up meetings.
Not all meetings take place in large conference centers these days. Intimate meeting spots are popping up in hotels and office buildings, Ryan Rudnansky writes.
If your meetings have become too lengthy, borrow a tip from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
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