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Leading Meetings That People Want to Attend

A PCI Webinar with Linda Bruno

When: 7/24/2014
2:00 PM
Where: Online
Presenter: Linda Bruno
Contact: Racheal
513-751-4422 x10

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We’ve probably all read the statistics about meetings. Some experts estimate that over 50% of our meeting time is wasted – think of how much that could be costing your organization!

But it doesn’t need to be that way. In this world of budget cuts and doing more with less, how we’re handling our meetings is sometimes overlooked as a potential money saver and productivity enhancer – yes, I said “productivity enhancer” in the same sentence as “meetings!”

In this interactive and fun webinar, participants will learn and begin to apply:

  • how to handle the 3 key areas that make a meeting successful – or not
  • 7 reasons many meetings are considered ineffective
  • specific ways to avoid getting caught in common “meeting traps”

You’ll come away from this webinar with real-life tips and techniques on how to make your meetings work – after all, why have one if it doesn’t work??

Thursday July 24 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern

Linda Bruno ~ Biography

Linda has been developing and conducting training seminars for more than ten years. Certified with Development Dimensions International and Achieve Global, she also offers her own workshops on Customer Service, Supervisory Skills, Personalities, Organizational Skills, Effective Communication, Returning Balance to Your Life, and many other topics.

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