Meeting Booster Track

This track addresses the scourge of ineffective meetings that waste time and energy and leave people feeling frustrated, resentful, and unfocused. Fewer ineffective meetings mean more time to do actual work!

These are the recommended components:

AssessmentsEnergy Starter KitStrengths FoundationsOvercoming Meeting MadnessFollow Up Programs

We can also help you customize a learning track to meet the needs of your team, department, or organization.

If you’re ready to re-ignite the energy in your team or organization by implementing one of our programs, contact us for more information!

We use a variety of tools to gain a better understanding of your workplace culture, to optimize training time, and to ensure our approach fits your group or organizational needs. Some of our assessments include an individual Energy Inventory, interviews with team members, the Strengthscope (with optional 360 component) the Energize10 Engagement Survey, the Team Energy Quiz, and the Strengthscope Team Report.
The “3-A Sustainable Change Model” — Awareness, Accountability and purposeful Action — is the framework for all of our programs, and the “Starter Kit” program teaches participants how to implement these steps in order to sustain any positive changes they wish to make within their team or organization. Our research also shows that success in today’s rapidly-changing marketplace requires employees to be more “connected,” “human,” and “meaningful” at work, and participants will learn how to shift their mindset to adopt this perspective during this session.
This foundational strengths session delivers the crucial information needed to tap into individual strengths at work. Before the session, each participant will take the Strengthscope™ assessment tool to uncover their innate strengths and “energizers.” During the program, participants will learn specifically how to put these strengths into action on the job, helping them reengage with greater passion in their role and creating a more productive and collaborative work environment.

The number one time waster in business today is… unproductive meetings. Change your meeting culture to one of productivity and energy! Learn how to overcome meeting madness.

How often have you been asked to attend a meeting and you had no idea the purpose of it? How often have you called a meeting without an agenda or defined clear objectives about what you want to accomplish? The reality is that most of us have experienced both sides of this proverbial coin and in fact, it has become the norm rather than the exception.

This 3-4 hour program focuses on how to conduct a productive and energized meeting. Participants discover the proper conditions for value-added meetings. We share a template for sending effective meeting invitations and easy to implement guidelines for leading a productive meeting. During this time, participants have practice opportunities to ensure meetings are effective and valuable.

Outcomes-you will learn:

  • 5 common mistakes of poorly managed meetings

  • What not to do during a meeting

  • Questions to ask before accepting a meeting invitation

  • How to create a powerful meeting agenda

  • Practical communication tools that foster better meetings

  • How your energy level impacts the outcome of a meeting

  • Necessary guidelines for a productive meeting

In this session, we apply our 3-A (Awareness, Accountability and Action) sustainable change model to turn meetings that waste time or poorly managed meetings around. Participants leave with specific actions to implement immediately to overcome meeting madness.

Along with the learning track focused to meet your needs, we provide customized follow-up sessions that are designed to increase retention of information and sustained behavior change. Each track contains rigorous follow-through. Our 21-Day Energy Challenge™, built-in accountability partnerships and teams, ongoing coaching, and “Energy Kits™” delivered each quarter, are filled with practical tools to help reinforce the behavior changes your team will be making. When participants become aware, accountable, and committed to taking purposeful action the energy in your organization will shift.