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Lectures 17-18Effective business meetings Lecturer: Gulmira YeshmuratovaSenior teacherTel.:2920384 (422)E-mail: [email protected] basis:Mona A.Clark, Interpersonal skills for hospitality management, International Thomson Business Press, 1995Bell Ф.Р., Smith D.M., Management communication, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,1999Frances A.M., Not another meeting! A practical guide for facilitating effective meetings, The Oasis Press, Oregon, 1999Баркер А., 30 минут до деловой встречи.-М.,2000 LECTURE PLAN Reasons for having a business meeting Meeting types and alternatives Preparation for a meeting Main functions fulfilled at a business meeting Reasons for having a meeting Interaction is necessary A group solution is needed Team-building Information Business meeting types Statutory meetings (on a set time pattern; work on a regular basis; clear agenda) Ad hoc or special meetings (no regular pattern; called to respond to a specific issue or problem; no formal agenda) Support meetings (called to deal with stressful personal or human situations, or to create or revitalize high morale) Alternatives to meetings Put it in writing (letters, memos) Telephone Fax transmission E-mail Videoconference One-on-one exchange Common pitfalls leading to a failure of a meeting Too many participants Wrong participants Unequal participation Fear of attack Inadequate preparation Lack of focus Topic and authority do not match Poor meeting environment Wrong time Preparation for a meeting Identify the purpose of a meeting Decide who will take part in a meeting Prepare the agenda of a meeting Consider structural and environmental factors (time, place, seating arrangements) Key functions at a meeting Chair the meeting Facilitate the process of the meeting Record the results Active participation Leading the meeting Notify all participants about the meeting State the purpose of the meeting clearly, but not in a bossy way State an estimated time for adjournment Use informal rules of order Conduct the meeting by using commonsense methods Use visual aids to show everyone the major ideas discussed thus far Keep the meeting moving its goals Work towards consensus, not confrontation and early votes Thank all participants for attending the meeting For your own growth as a chair, tape-record several meetings. Facilitating the Meetings Keep the group focused on the task at hand by suggesting procedures, Protect group members from attack, Make sure everyone has a chance to speak. Participating in meetings Contribute information Show that you listen to others Notice nonverbal reactions When appropriate, suggest positive alternatives Praise whenever possible Use your social skills. Thank you for attention!