Facing consecutive days of back-to-back meetings, participants value the financial importance of well-run meetings.
Traditionally, leaders have chaired meetings and exerted control over decision-making. As the workplace has transformed, and knowledge workers operate within a matrix of networks, modern leadership has also changed.
Instead of dealing mostly with individuals (conversations or dyads), modern leaders more frequently work with people in groups (meetings). In lieu of supervising hours of workload, they help their teams become self-managing. Instead of directing tasks, they motivate people to achieve results. Above all, they stay focused on aligning all activity with organizational goals, from the boardroom to the boiler room.
Don’t ruin your career or reputation with bad meetings. Register for a class or forward this to someone who should. Taught by world-class instructors, MG RUSH professional facilitation curriculum focuses on practice. Each student thoroughly practices and rehearses tools, methods, and approaches throughout the week. While some call this immersion, we call it the road to building impactful facilitation skills.
Our courses also provide an excellent way to earn up to 40 SEUs from the Scrum Alliance, 40 PDUs from PMI, and 40 CDUs from IIBA, as well as 3.2 CEUs for other professions. (See individual class descriptions for details.)
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