CEO LEAD Workshop/Webcast: "Effective Meeting Management"
"Effective Meeting Management" | Workshop & Webcast
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 | 6pm-7:30pm EST
CEO LEADership Lab – Greenawalt Student
Development Center, Conference Room D
Creese Student Center, Lower Level
3210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Presented by: Darin Pfeifer, Event Manager, Swarthmore College
Sponsored by: Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions
LIVE Virtual Webcast – Tuesday, May 7 at 6pm EST:
Workshop Description: Effective meeting management can bring together various backgrounds for a common purpose. Through use of examples and group discussion, we will review a successful logistical meeting model, work together to develop a sophisticated meeting agenda, learn to work through adversity when meetings go astray, and learn where to go on campus for resources. Effective meeting management reflects positively on your leadership abilities and can be a transferable skill to any professional or social situation.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Develop a focused but flexible meeting agenda.
- Understand and avoid the common logistical pitfalls of meeting planning.
- Effectively keep meetings on track and focused towards the common purpose.
- Find resources on and off campus to assist with meeting management needs.
*Student Organization Management | CEO LEAD Certificate Specialization Series:
If students attend any three (3) Student Organization Management Workshops in addition to six (6) CEO LEAD Workshops throughout the 2012-2013 academic year, students will earn a CEO LEAD Leadership Certificate and a Specialization in Student Organization Management. Note: All Specializations and CEO LEAD Leadership Certificates will be distributed at the Annual CEO LEAD Awards & Recognition Reception in Spring 2013. For more info, visit: www.drexel.edu/oca/l/earn_certificate.asp#LCP.
*This CEO LEAD Workshop is open to all students and is part of the "Student Organization Management Specialization Series“ - strongly recommended for student organization officers and leaders.