Having a great agenda for your meeting doesn’t guarantee that your meeting will be a success.
It’s how you implement that agenda — one item at a time — to achieve your meeting’s purpose and objectives. The way you work through an agenda depends on the type of meeting.
Regular meetings are typically used to share information and review day-to-day issues on a recurring basis.
Staff meetings, management meetings, and political councils all fall into this category. The people attending these meetings are usually the members of a defined group. And the most senior member usually leads the meeting.
Task force meetings
A task force meeting, on the other hand, has a clearly defined purpose — to solve complex problems and devise strategies. Usually field experts in specific fields attend these. And the meeting is run by a facilitator.
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