By Alan Barker
A part of a sequence of pocket publications that target to let the reader to grasp a brand new ability in exactly half-hour, this article presents convenient tricks on constructing and getting ready for a gathering.
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Who has responsibility for the problem – who is the task leader? How do we see things? What are our priorities? In what ways do people see the evidence similarly, or differently? How can we understand each other? This first conversation is often tentative, awkward, rushed or ignored. Many meetings leap towards solutions without properly investigating what the problem is! Remember that the problem may look different to different people. Interpretation This conversation is about how we can make sense of the evidence.
Bad private agendas will include: Wanting to please Empire building Venting frustration Discrediting a rival Undermining the Chair Scoring points off others Riding a favourite hobbyhorse Demonstrating how overworked you are (‘Poor me’). Evidence for harmful hidden agendas might include stonewalling (‘I’ve no choice’, delay, promises unfulfilled, outright refusal to act), attack (on every idea and everybody: insults, bullying, lots of bluster), and trickery (denying having said something, twisting an argument, double meanings).
Can you structure the group’s thinking? How could you improve the quality of the conversation? What difficult situations do you foresee? How will you close the meeting? 41 41 30 Minutes Before a Meeting It is in meetings that our leadership skills are most publicly displayed. The effective Chair: Keeps the group focused on its task Finds opportunities to use the talents of every individual Develops a climate in which people can think and work as a team. A group of people contains a certain amount of potential energy.