Wake up call!

Last week we asked three questions and we have received two answers (one from Javier Carrasco and the other one from Juan Miguel López, thank you!).

We need your collaboration to make the next classroom session useful and productive for you.

So…we ask you again the three same questions:

  1. What were the 5 main ingredients of that inspirational meeting?
  2. How can you offer these ingredients in the meetings you partipate in?
  3. What can you do in the meetings you call and organize yourself.

Regards.

Vesper team

p.s.: write down the answers as “comments” on the Blog Site.

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4 thoughts on “Wake up call!”

  1. 1. What were the 5 main ingredients of that inspirational meeting?
    Energy, passion, focus, effective message, concrete conclusions or actions
    2. How can you offer these ingredients in the meetings you partipate in?
    Being positive and eager to learn and listen. Being constructive even when criticism is necessary, helping the organizer. Work with him/her. GO with open mind
    3. What can you do in the meetings you call and organize yourself.
    Preparing well in advance the meeting. Creating a clear vision of actions to be done after the meeting and convince the team in a inspiring manner. Being positive. Believing in what I do. This needs an important ingredient: peace of mind, time and dedication

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  2. What were the 5 main ingredients of that inspirational meeting?
    Purpose, be clear, respect others ideas, generate conclusions, next steps to follow
    How can you offer these ingredients in the meetings you partipate in?
    Listening to other people in the team, understand others ideas and come up with a solution
    What can you do in the meetings you call and organise yourself.
    Send the agenda in advance to be prepared. Define the objectives and conclude the meeting with a summary and tasks to do.

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  3. Q1: timely, clear and known objectives, open discussion, motivation and engagement, think outside the box
    Q2: think in advance about what I want to communicate, listening and motivated actitude, creative thinking, focus, respectful contributions, clear message
    Q3: sending the agenda in advance, only few points to discuss (no more than 2-3) to promote short and efficient meeting, active listening, positive and respectful atmosphere for communication, promote participation, bring the focus back to the objectives in case of dispersion, ending the meeting with a summary/conclusion and next steps

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