How many meetings did you attend last week? Four? Fifteen? Of those meetings, which ones stand out as being productive? If you're like many people, you may have a hard time remembering the last good meeting you sat through.
Often, a group doesn't know how to run a meeting very well, but they do know when it's not working. To teach everyone the components of good meeting facilitation, you could assign different tasks at the beginning of the meeting. These tasks could be rotated among the group on a weekly or monthly basis, so everyone gets an idea of how to use the techniques.
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