1. Speak Clearly and Listen.
Use clear words when you talk and pay attention when others speak. Leaders listen and make sure everyone understands.
2. Have a Plan.
Before the meeting, make a plan. Decide what you want to talk about and what you want to achieve. Share this plan at the start of the meeting.
3. Involve Everyone.
Encourage everyone to share their thoughts. Leaders care about what others think. Make sure even quiet people have a chance to speak.
4. Make Decisions.
Leaders help the group decide what to do. When there’s a choice to make, don’t be afraid to say what you think and explain why.
5. Follow Up.
After the meeting, remember what was decided. Check if people are doing what they agreed to do. This shows you take action and care about progress...See More