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Mastering Facilitation: 7 Principles & 1 Law

by: Victor Chandrawira

Meetings are not always effective. No clear agenda, no participation from the audience, and no decision after hours of meeting - these are just few things contributing to an ineffective meeting. Imagine you are the leader of the meeting - would you let this happen? Leading a meeting is about progressing towards a decision making to come to a conclusion of what to do next. Aside from a clear agenda of why a meeting is needed, those in the room have their role to play.

As participants, their ideas and thoughts do matters to the objective of the meeting. Leading a meeting is about facilitating the thinking process and communication among all participants, including yourself. If you agree with this statement, then this book is for you!