Have you ever been in a meeting and wished to be somewhere else...anywhere else? Have you ever ended a long day of meetings and thought, “How am I going to now do the 8 hours of work I didn’t get done today”? You're not alone! Meeting sciences is the study of what happens before, during, and after meetings, including what makes them so awful and what makes some (perhaps the precious few) wonderfully satisfying.
Join the Dr. Joe Allen and the Center for Collaboration Science for the next Collaboration Lecture Series, "How to Run Effective Meetings." This lecture takes place Thursday, Feb. 21 from 2:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. in Mammel Hall room 100L.
In this presentation, Dr. Allen will provide a look at the latest findings from meeting science. More importantly, he will provide a targeted review of the do’s and don’ts of workplace meetings. This is one presentation that hopefully you will find both meaningful AND instructive as we all try to make it through yet, another meeting.
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