Useful as a primer to those new to chairing a committee or group.
Those who need to refresh their understanding will also benefit.
Provides practical insights into:
* types of behaviour patterns
* negative behaviour
* conflict management
Provides suggestions to improve performance in all three areas
Links with 02.1.1 – role of chairperson at non public meetings; 02.1.3 – meetings use and abuse (1 of 2); 02.1.4 – meetings use and abuse (2 of 2)
A major influence on organisational effectiveness is communication.
If you understand the roadblocks preventing you from achieving your aims you can react accordingly.
This diagram provides some insights into what is involved.
Finally, you are introduced to those roadblocks that work at the personal level.
This is an introduction to team briefing and is the first of three diagrams relating to the creation an effective team briefing process.
Comprises three elements: essential principles; benefits; and issues.
Explanation to support your understanding of team briefing is provided throughout.
Links with 2.6.2 – team briefing – briefing skills (2 of 3); 2.6.3 (team briefing – the briefing (3 of 3)
This is the third and final of three diagrams relating to creating an effective team briefing process and covers the briefing itself.
This comprises three elements: meeting preparation; briefing preparation; and the briefing.
As with the other two diagrams in this series, explanation to support your understanding is provided.
Links with 2.6.1 – team briefing – introduction (1 of 3); and 2.6.2 – team briefing – briefing skills (2 of 3)
Covers the main functions of a chairperson.
Includes a list of chairing skills.
Describes five elements needed to be an effective chairperson.
Identifies types of communications to help structure effective meetings.
Links with 02.1.2 – behaviour patterns at non public meetings, 02.1.3 – meetings use and abuse (1 of 2), 02.1.4 – meetings use and abuse (2 of 2)
First of two diagrams relating to running effective meetings.
Deals with validity of meetings; why they matter and when to call them.
Links with 02.1.1 – role of chairperson at non public meetings; 02.1.2 – behaviour patterns at non public meetings; 02.1.4 – meetings use and abuse (2 of 2)