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ID number:687619
Evaluation:
Published: 07.10.2010.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 11 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  INTRODUCTION    4
  MEETINGS    5
  MEETING IS    5
  SIGNS OF A GOOD MEETING    6
  SIGNS OF A BAD MEETING    6
  MEETING BASICS    8
  AGENDA AND MINUTES    8
  AGENDA FUNCTIONS    8
  CHECKLIST    9
  BEFORE THE MEETING    9
  ON THE MEETING DAY    9
  AFTER THE MEETING    9
  ROLE ASSIGNMENT    10
  TIMEKEEPER    10
  RECORDER    10
  FACILITATOR    10
  KINDS OF MEETINGS    11
  A MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING    11
  AN ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING    11
  A PUBLIC MEETING    12
  A “BRAINSTORM”    12
  CYCLE OF A MEETING    13
  REASONS FOR MEETINGS    14
  PSYCHOLOGICAL REASONS FOR MEETING    14
  CONCLUSIONS    15
  LIST OF REFERENCES    16
  ANNOTATION    18
  APPENDIX    20
Extract

REASONS FOR MEETINGS

Meetings are an intensive way of involving others in solving problems and making decisions. Involving someone in the process of solving a problem is the most effective way to ensure that people will accept and support a solution.
Meetings are critical to the health of group or organization. This is the only time that members of a group actually see themselves as a group – when everyone is sitting in the same room working together.
The following situations would require a meeting:
• you need interaction, discussions, or opinions from other people;
• you need a group or team of employees to accomplish something;
• when the subject is complicated and needs to be explained;
An effective meeting can achieve the objectives in minimal time and satisfy the maximum number of participants.
(S. Henkel, 2007)
Psychological reasons for meeting
One of the reasons why meetings are necessary is that it is the best way how to deal with problems. In meetings people communicate information to others with face-to-face interaction, but there are also psychological reasons for meetings:
• a need to feel as a part of a group or a member of team;
• a need for a sense of togetherness, trust, and belonging;
• a need to ease the loneliness and burden of responsibility and to develop a sense of commitment;
• sometimes a need to pass the buck;
(M. Doyle 1979)

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