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AA Round-Up August 29, 2007 10 Worst Meeting Offenses.

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1 AA Round-Up August 29, Worst Meeting Offenses

2 Official Meeting Agenda 11:00Begin 11:01-11:45Main Issue 11:46-11:594 Minor Issues 12:00Adjourn

3 Actual Meeting Agenda 11:01 – 11:09Character analysis of latecomers 11:10 – 11:23Sports & Local News 11:24 – 12:021 st Minor Issue 12:03 – 12:10Main issue (partial) 12:11 – 12:34Why meeting didn’t work 12:35 – 12:47Set next meeting date 12:48 – 12:59Character analysis of on-time leavers 1:00 – 1:17Free-form creation of minutes and meeting report 1:18Begin 1:00 meeting

4 1.Being Unprepared

5 Be prepared

6 2. Showing Up Late

7 Be On Time

8 3. Being a Meeting Hog Don’t Talk just to Talk

9 Leaders should steer the meeting in the right direction

10 4. Sitting Silently

11 Participant should join in the conversation, Leaders should encourage participation

12 5. Expressing Rude Body Language

13 Leaders should manage those who are being rude-no put downs- Don’t tolerate disrespectful behavior

14 6. Conducting sidebar conversations

15 Leader: Notice Chit Chatting? Ask if there is a question or concern Steer meeting back to the issues

16 7. Arguing or putting others down

17 Don’t make others look bad Don’t discredit other’s ideas Be professional when you disagree

18 8. Leaving your cell phone on

19 Ideally there should be no cell phones in meeting No Talking on cell phone during meeting Place phone on vibrate and as a courtesy, leave meeting to speak on the phone

20 9. Chewing Gum

21 Gum chewing is never professional

22 10. Shutting down after the meeting Don’t forget what you just heard in the meeting

23 Hold on to materials received Leader should summarize and answer any questions

24 10 Worst Meeting Offenses 1. Being Unprepared 2. Showing Up Late 3. Being a Meeting Hog 4. Sitting Silently 5. Expressing Rude Body Language 6. Conducting Sidebar conversations 7. Arguing or putting others down 8. Leaving your cell phone on 9. Chewing gum 10. Shutting down after the meeting


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