Given that most people feel frustrated when their time is wasted because of irrelevant, boring and endless meetings, you can make the deference by gaining a reputation for planning and running efficient and successful meetings which is great for you and your advancement.
Of course, speaking for effective meetings is much more than sending out just an agenda to participants with a notice of time and place. Effective meetings require structure, objectives, preparation, tight schedule and execution, follow up and feedback. Without these elements, meetings seem endless without obvious purpose and end up to team members’ demotivation and time mismanagement.
Participants involvement, that often gets overlooked, before – during – after meeting process is a very crucial part of effective meetings and success eventually, as well as applying communication skills, stakeholder management and teamwork principles which are necessary for making a substantial difference on the way of chairing great meetings and enhancing your reputation and professional profile.