Moderating meetings successfully With the IDEAL3 Principle™, ranging from classic to agile

24.11.2017 - 25.11.2017, Raum Karlsruhe

As a rule there are too many meetings and frequently they take too long. To make matters worse, the results are all too often unsatisfactory. On the contrary: They cause frustration and conflict. Very often this is due to a lack of differentiation between types of meetings. Sometimes structure is required and stricter meeting management, and from time to time the opposite is the case.

In this seminar you will learn to select the appropriate meeting type for the respective requirements. If needed you will efficiently and skilfully create a targeted agenda and apply selective moderation techniques.

You will no longer lose any time due to uncertainties and fundamental discussions. You will deal confidently and effortlessly with challenging meeting participants. You will achieve motivation and sustainable results. A two-fold benefit.

  • Differentiating between meeting types and using them selectively
  • Creating a professional agenda
  • Getting to know and using roles and moderation techniques
  • Involving meeting participants
  • Dealing confidently with disruptions
  • Achieving sustainable meeting results
  • Preparation is the alpha and the omega
    Differentiating between different meeting types and reasons
    Meaning of attitude and approach
    Meaning of role, status and power
    The iceberg model and the unspoken
  • The IDEAL3 and IDEEAL3 Principle
    Complicated and complex
    Structure and openness
    Different working formats
    Different roles
  • The agenda: Half the battle
    Preparation – mentally and in terms of content
    A central idea: Formulating objectives, planning procedure
    Applying roles: Moderator, minute-taker and time-keeper
    The IDE model
  • Efficient meetings: tools and techniques
    Opening, content, conclusion
    Your duties: Moderation and presentation
    The dimension of comprehensibility
  • Communication as the basis for successful meetings
    Managing conversations ideally
    Active listening
    Body language and personal charisma
    Direct and indirect techniques of conversation management
    It’s not what you say but how you say it
    Those who query can guide
  • Moderation in challenging meeting situations
    Meaning of the subjectivity of perception
    Actively changing your own perspective (empathy)
    Dealing appropriately with uncooperative participants
    Discussion promoters and discussion disruptors
    Exercises for typical meeting situations
    Individual consultation
  • Documentation and visualization
    The moderation process
    Benefits and principles of simultaneous minutes
    Minutes of results, results matrix
    Action plan
  • Practical training of meeting sequences
    Moderation sequences
    Dealing with disruptions
  • Development of a meeting culture
    Options for long-term development of meeting culture
    Feedback options
    C barometer
  • Ensuring results and conclusions
    Steps for implementation
  • Interactive impulses from psychology, leadership and communication research
  • Experience-oriented, interactive communication exercises
  • Case studies
  • Process-oriented individual, pair and group work
  • Dialogues and exchange of experience amongst participants
  • Plenary reflection, discussion and reflecting teams
  • Short Mind&More exercises for relaxing and brain-friendly work
  • Checklists and guidelines
  • Application of metaphors, symbols and storytelling
  • Transfer planning
  • 1,280.00 € (plus VAT)
  • Participation in seminar
  • Seminar handouts in M2M file
  • Conference package (conference room, lunch and 2 coffee breaks)

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  • 24.11.2017 - 25.11.2017
  • Raum Karlsruhe
  • 2 day (1. Tag: 10.00 – 17.30, 8.30 – 16.00)
  • 1.280.00 € (plus VAT)

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