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ID number:765765
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Published: 10.06.2019.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 9 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Reflection    3
  References    6
1.  Appendix - Team minutes    7
2.  Appendix – Events presentation    16
2.1.  Events Presentation Notes    17
Extract

One particular skill that draw my attention this semester was meeting management. Most of the time I felt that meetings were pointless. We never managed to get things done. Those studio sessions were more like a buzz sessions. As a team secretary, I felt very guilty, confused and responsible. Our meetings were not structured. A well-run meeting involves not only speaking, but also writing and listening (Worth, 2009). In order to turn talkfests into actual productive meetings in the future I am going to create a meeting agenda (Chang & Kehoe, 1995). In that I will write down the meeting objective every time I and my team meet. I found myself having difficulties with understanding what exactly was going on or what needs to be done, especially when it came to fundraisers. To clear out any misunderstandings that might arise I will prepare for the meeting in advance. For example, today we need to email University staff to ask the permission to do the fundraisers at Habita. Another example, today we must read chapters 5, 6, 7 from Getz’s book about event planning. And then assign to each person, which chapters they should read. However, I believe I managed to keep a good track of meeting minutes by capturing the key decisions or aspects (Barker, 2002).…

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