How to Run a Meeting (CPE Course)
CPE Credit: 2 hours
Course Type: Downloaded PDF materials with online test
Price (with PDF Textbook): $20
When not properly managed, a meeting can be a waste of time. Agendas are vague, attendees are not motivated to participate, and there are no concrete results. How to Run a Meeting reveals how to use proper preparation and problem-solving skills to make meetings succeed, every time. The course discusses the proper sequence of events to follow that lead up to a meeting. It also notes the different types of decision-making processes that can be used in a meeting, as well as the attributes of the ideal meeting leader. The course covers numerous other topics, including dealing with problem employees and the best meeting room layout. The outcome should be an immediate turnaround in the effectiveness of your meetings.
Author: Steven Bragg
Course Number: PD0004
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The Sequence of Meeting Events
Chapter 2. Group Decision Making
Chapter 3. The Meeting Room
Chapter 4. Attributes of the Meeting Leader
Chapter 5. Additional Meeting Topics
- Recognize the types of people who attend meetings.
- Describe the problems caused when too many people attend a meeting.
- Cite the characteristics of the different types of meetings.
- Note the types of information included in a post-meeting memo.
- Describe the circumstances under which a consensus building process can go wrong.
- Recognize the methods used to mitigate an excessive amount of group uniformity.
- Describe how to deal with differing room sizes.
- Describe the characteristics of the different types of questions.
- Note the techniques used to deal with recurring meetings, large meetings, and small meetings.
Instructional Method: QAS Self-Study
NASBA Category: Personal Development
Advance Preparation: None
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The NASBA sponsor identification number for Accountingtools, Inc. is 115881.
AccountingTools is an IRS Approved Continuing Education Provider. We are compliant with the requirements for continuing education providers (as described in sections 10.6 and 10.9 of the Department of Treasury’s Circular No. 230 and in other IRS guidance, forms, and instructions). Our IRS Approved Continuing Education Provider number is 72821.