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About this course

In this course, I show you how to prepare for facilitation with simple but highly effective elements to structure your meetings for success. I provide invaluable insight on how to create a meeting environment that provides collective clarity and genuine interactions while fostering a strong focus on delivering results. To round out the course, I cover common meeting facilitation missteps while enriching your understanding with remedies to help you avoid them.

This course provides the knowledge to immediately transform your meetings into value-added time, fortify your ability to engender energized participation, and meet required objectives while building your overall skill set.

What you will learn?
Identify fundamental elements to blueprint meetings for success.
Discover key elements needed to structure meetings for efficiency.
Recognize essential skills to engage participation and promote desired outcomes.
Skills Covered
MEETING FACILITATIONPARTICIPANT ENGAGEMENT
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2 hours on-demand video
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Intermediate level
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No prerequisites
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No preparation required
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1 Quiz
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2 hours
Guide
Section 1. Course Video-Part1
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How to Facilitate Effective Meetings.mp4
1h 39m 20s
Section 2. Course Quiz-Part1
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I’m a CPA and seasoned career business analyst, applications developer, and project management professional with 25 years of progressive experience. Over my career, I’ve moved between employee and consulting roles providing a unique dual-sided perspective. I understand what it’s like to be an employee who wants to maximize their contribution and advance, as well as, a consultant who must be adept at engendering customer value using tools and experience. Today as an IT professional, I continue to competently use a variety of tools to promote customer value. However, technical skills are not enough; My career exposure has taught me a myriad of soft skills to effectively manage projects, facilitate meetings, present information, communicate verbally/in-writing, and lead teams of professionals. I now want to share my knowledge and experience with other professionals who seek to fortify their skills and sharpen their competitive advantage.