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Planning and Conducting Meetings

What is a Meeting? INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS AND


COMMUNICATION
- An act or process of coming together for a
common purpose Participation
Interpersonal Communication

4 Main Types of Meetings (Long, 1967) HOW TO INTERJECT IN A MEETING


...when you've got an idea
A. Business Meeting ...when you disagree
B. Civic Meeting ...when you're confused
C. Educational/Cultural
D. Entertainment/Recreational
Evaluating and Balancing Meetings
PLANNING A MEETING
I. Objectives of Evaluation
I. Importance of Planning 1. Achievement of total group goal
1. Foresight 2. Individual Participation of the
2. _________________ members
3. Suggestions 3. Leadership
4. _________________ II. Post Meeting discussion
5. Time Management 1. Feedback
III. Evaluation Forms
II. How to Plan a Meeting _______________________________________
1. Purpose
2. Participants References:
3. Group
4. Agenda Glickman, Jodi. “How To Interject In A Meeting.” Harvard Business
5. Notice Review, 3 Nov 2010. Web. 21 Sept 2012.
6. Facilities
7. Outline Long, Farn. All About Meetings: A Practical Guide. Oceana
8. Participation Publications, Inc, 1967. New York.

9. Report
“Managing Meetings.” Planning Basics. UNC School of Social Work,
Aug 2004. North Carolina. Web. 21 Sept 2012.
THE LEADER should have proper attitude
“Planning A Great Meeting.” The Robertwood Johnson
PARTICIPATION IN MEETINGS Foundation, n.d. New Jersey. Web. 21 Sept 2012.
Be a good participant!
PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT Zelko, Harold. The Business Conference: Leadership and
Participative climate- setting for Participation. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1969. USA.

participation in group

DYNAMICS OF PARTICIPATION
Quantity and quality of participation
Reasons why we speak up