Leading Productive Meetings - Micro-Course

  • Short Film I Micro-Course
  • 1 Unit
  • 12 Minutes

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Meetings cost time and money, so it’s essential to make sure that when you do have them, they are collaborative, productive spaces where something is achieved. This Micro-Course sets out six key steps for making your meetings a success.


Meetings are a significant investment of time and money for any organisation – so it’s important to make sure that when they do happen, they represent a worthwhile return on that investment and don’t simply get in the way of everyone doing their job.

Setting clear objectives, asking questions, creating a positive atmosphere and ending on a high are all part of leading great meetings that maximise everyone’s contributions and reach a constructive conclusion.

In this Micro-Course, business psychologist Sarah Lewis shows how to lead meetings in a way that boosts creativity, encourages collaboration and achieves positive outcomes for everyone.

Learning Outcomes

  • how to start meetings on a positive note and maintain a positive atmosphere
  • why asking questions is better than making statements
  • the importance of setting clear goals and objectives
  • how to foster innovation and creativity
  • why thinking beyond the boundaries of the group makes for better and more sustainable decision-making
  • why ending meetings on a positive, future-oriented note encourages a willingness to honour commitments.

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