Running Virtual Meetings: 20-Minute Manager Series
- 1h 23m 58s
- Harvard Business Review
- Gildan Media
From crackly conference lines to pixelated video, virtual meetings can be problematic. But you can host a productive conversation in which everyone participates. Running Virtual Meetings takes you through the basics of:
- Selecting the right virtual venue
- Giving participants the information and support they need to connect and contribute
- Establishing and enforcing a common meeting etiquette
- Following up from afar
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About the Author
Harvard Business Review Press is a leading global book publisher and a division of the Harvard Business Review Group. HBR Press publishes for the general, professional, and academic markets on the topics of leadership, strategy, innovation, and management. Recent bestselling titles include HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself, Playing to Win, A Sense of Urgency, Leading the Life You Want, Conscious Capitalism, The Founder’s Mentality, HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Mental Toughness, and The First 90 Days.
In this Audiobook
Chapter 1 - What Is a Virtual Meeting?
Chapter 2 - Plan Your Meeting
Chapter 3 - Manage the Technology
Chapter 4 - Set Expectations for Participation
Chapter 5 - Conduct the Meeting
Chapter 6 - Navigate Special Situations