A well run meeting saves the time and frustrations of all participants. A good Chairperson controls a meeting so that its particular purpose is achieved as efficiently, fairly and pleasantly as possible. Attendance on this program will develop your knowledge of a Chairperson role and hone your meeting management skills.

Overview

If there is one way to tell a good Chairperson from a bad one, it is the following: a good Chairperson is one who controls a meeting so that its particular purpose is achieved as efficiently, fairly and pleasantly as possible.

Who Will Benefit

Anyone who is asked to be a Chairperson for an internal committee or project group, or wants to know more about the meeting process.

Program Content

  • Essential tasks of the Chairperson
  • Duties and power of the Chairperson
  • Managing meetings
  • Types of meetings
  • Meaningful agendas
  • Dealing with conflict.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:
  • Chair a meeting with knowledge and confidence
  • Run shorter, more effective meetings
  • Manage issues that arise.

Assessment

Additional fee applies for assessment (1 x unit of competency):

$210 
Non Member
$175 Corporate  / Professional Member

Relationship to Competency Standards

Please click on the qualification link above for Qualification information and total fees.

  • Program code 123
  • Duration 1 day
    Residential:No
  • Time 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Dates
    • 14 July, 2017
    • 03 October, 2017
  • Location AIM WA Floreat
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