Sunday, March 25, 2012

Introduce Agendas

You know what "they" say about failing to plan.  Good planning is a key skill to introduce to your team.  An agenda is a great tool for your team to use toward this end.   You could provide some examples, highlight the advantages, and help with the team's first few attempts at creating agendas.  With the right introduction and enough enthusiasm from coaches and team leaders, the team will embrace the concept and will be surprisingly independent in agenda-setting.


An Agenda:
A – Aims for goals
G – Guides meeting content
E – Ensures energy efficiency
N – Narrows meeting focus
D – Decides content of future meetings
A – Assures desired outcomes

I'll provide some forms and additional ideas for agenda format in future posts.

Also check out:

Agenda Example #1
Agenda Example #2

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