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Louise Doherty on tools that help make meetings happen


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s learning and development professionals, you already know that, sometimes, a face-to-face meeting is the only way to achieve your goals. From sensitive


management issues to cultural initiatives or change management programmes, there’s something that an in-person meeting can achieve that emails and video conferences just can’t.


However, making these meetings happen can be really tough. If you’re lucky you might be able to delegate the long, thankless and arduous task of email tennis to a PA, but if you don’t have one or want to take control of an important meeting yourself, it can feel impossible to get something confi rmed and in the diary. T e secret to making any plan happen – not just business meetings – is to suggest the plan that works for everyone the fi rst time. You want to take all the friction, hassle and thought out of the planning process, and just suggest something the other person or people can say yes to quickly. You need to make it easy, because even the smartest employees don’t want to think.


18 | August 2017 | @TrainingJournal


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