Tuesday, July 18, 2017
11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Seven Gables Inn
26 N Meramec Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63105
A recent study from the National Statistics Council reported that 37% of employee time is spent in meetings and 47% of employees consider too many meetings to be the biggest waste of time, more than social media or email!
Isn’t it a shame that most of us have come to accept that the activity which is most central to running our organizations is so inherently painful and unproductive? Meetings are critical to forging relationships, creating ideas, and making the decisions that drive business. So, the question is this, if we think meetings are boring and such a waste of time, then how can we be making good decisions and successfully lead our organizations?
By the end of this powerful presentation you will have:
- The FIVE Tips that will help you transform your meetings from boring to brilliant
- The purpose and format of FOUR Types of Meetings
- Specific guidelines to run a Tactical Meeting that you’ll be able to immediately implement and make your meetings more productive, positively impactful on the bottom line, and fun!
Trish Dervin is founder and president of Career Conversions, a professional coaching firm specializing in Career Management, Leadership Development, and Team Transformation.
Throughout her career, she has worked with hundreds of managers and executives in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 and mid-size companies to entrepreneurs/start-ups, non-profits and individuals seeking to advance professionally.
Trish is passionate about helping each individual be his/her best so they can, in turn, inspire change and growth in the performance of others to reach the organization’s objectives. Trish believes when there is organizational health, not only is the organization more productive, successful, and fulfilled, but everyone else who works there is as well. This can only lead to stronger families and communities.
When Trish is not doing all of this, she enjoys spending time with family and friends entertaining, trying new restaurants (a foodie at heart), traveling, and finding ways to make her family home more of a place to call “home”.
Trish Dervin, CCMC, CELDC