Many managers make this mistake. They either try to run meetings themselves, or they have key contributors run meetings for the company. This is fine if they don't want to be equal contributors in the meetings. While the "Power of the Pen" can help you get your way, it can also alienate people in your team who want to see you as a "Level 4 or Level 5 Leader" (To quote John C. Maxwell's book, "The 5 Levels of Leadership".).
True leaders know that they should not be facilitating critical meetings, especially if they want to be key thought contributors in those meetings.
Here are some of the types of meetings that Professional Development USA's Coaches can facilitate for you:
KPI (Key Performance Indicator) Development
Product and Territory Expansions
Just to name a few...
For more information, complete the form below to request a call from Coach/Facilitator at Professional Development USA.
Here is how it will work:
1. Complete this form and it will go to a Facilitator/Coach for review.
2. You will be called by that Coach.
3. They will explain the process to you and answer any questions you may have.
4. We can facilitate meetings ranging from 2 hours to several half days, depending on your needs.
In a nut shell, that's it. Sounds pretty simple. Any questions?