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Meeting Cookbook I : the basis for effective meetings

Meeting Cookbook I : the basis for effective meetings

Häftad bok Ordrum. 1 uppl. 2013. 112 sidor.

Nyskick. Övers. t. engelska av Kate Lambert

Inrikes enhetsfrakt Sverige: 62 SEK Betala med Swish Stöd Bokhjälpen


Meeting Cookbook I
Erik Mattsson - Anna Jöborn
112 sidor
148 x 210 mm Ryggbredd 9 mm
227 g
Meeting Cookbook - 80 meeting methods for:
- managers looking for ideas for better meetings at work
- project managers looking to make their project meetings
more efficient
- personnel managers wanting to improve the meetings culture in their organisation
- teachers looking for new ways of stimulating learning clubs and societies wanting to get their members more involved in decision making
- research and development staff eager to achieve creative m­eetings
- anyone who just wants to know how to create meetings where people really communicate
Meeting Cookbook I discusses the role of the moderator and how to create effective meetings, and equips you with 30 simple, basic methods. With these under your belt, you’ll go a long way as a moderator and meeting leader.

Meeting Cookbook II presents 50 more advanced meeting methods for everything from inspiring weekly meetings and e­fficient business planning to enlightening conferences, teambuilding meetings and creative project meetings.

The books are written by:

Erik Mattsson who has worked as a full-time lecturer, moderator and trainer since the ­mid-1990s. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in ­political science with mathematics, history, physics and rhetoric under his belt too. Erik has chaired Swedish Red Cross Youth, taught rhetoric at Uppsala University and worked as an actor. He is also the founder and managing director of the company Ordrum AB.

Anna Jöbornwho is a lecturer and research leader and has headed research and development ­projects in Sweden and abroad. She is a construction engineer with a PhD in micro­biology, with a slight detour via the history of art and architecture and expertise on developing countries gained at the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Much of her work in recent years has focussed on sustainable development and creating effective communication and research processes.
Ytterligare författare: Mattsson, Erik
Ytterligare författare: Jöborn, Anna
Ytterligare illustratörer: Bergendahl, Helena
Ytterligare designers: Carlson, Ola
Ytterligare översättare: Lambert, Kate