Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to Effective meetings step 1

    • Welcome to learning with BE it

    • Voice: "A general meeting "

    • Ljudbild: Target group

    • Welcome letter

    • Acceptans och drömmar: BE it be YOU

    • To download: Welcome letter

    • Next section: Intentions with the course Effective meetings

  • 2

    Week 1: Intentions with Effective meetings step 1

    • Expensive meetings at work

    • Film: Waste time in meetings

    • [Reflektion]: Dina utmaningar

    • Intentions: more efficient meetings and group processes

    • Content: Your responsibility and commitment

    • Pedagogical ideas: Course steps and parts

    • Content Effective meetings steps 1-3

    • Scope and boundaries

    • [Reflektion]: Effects

    • 3 levels of change: Thoughts control behavior & Behavior affects thoughts

    • Next section: Why we need more effective meetings

  • 3

    Why we need more effective meetings

    • Why we need more effective meetings: Arguments for a new meeting culture

    • More shortcomings with meetings

    • Examples of how meetings are today

    • Meetings statistics

    • Exercise: Great mistakes

    • [Reflection] Then why should we meet?

    • Why we should meet anyway

    • Quote

    • Film: Ineffective meeting

    • Film: Ineffective meeting

    • Self-assessment of meetings at you

    • Your intention to attend effective meetings

    • Quiz: More efficient meetings

    • Transition

    • To download: More challanges

    • Next section: Types of meetings

  • 4

    Types of meeting (Frames)

    • Types of meeting (Frames)

    • [Reflektion]

    • Text: Awareness of type of meeting

    • What types of meetings do you have?

    • [Reflection]

    • Expectations rule

    • Transition

    • Quiz: Type of meetings

    • Next section: Set intentions (Purpose & Goal) for meetings

  • 5

    Set intentions (Purpose & Goal) for meetings

    • The brain associates

    • More challenges with meetings: How to handle?

    • Doing the right things or doing things right

    • Quote

    • Importance of goals & purpose

    • Quiz: Set the intentions

    • [Reflection]: Next meeting

    • Voice: Intentions for you to become more competent

    • Homework

    • Assignment (cont): To submit

    • Transition to next section

    • Next section: The meeting phases

  • 6

    Week 2: The meeting phases (Before --> During --> After)

    • The 3 phases

    • Transition

    • Next section: The important preparation

  • 7

    The important preparation (before)

    • Quote

    • [Reflection]

    • Story: Special interests at meetings (1)

    • Another story: Special interests at meetings

    • [Reflection]

    • Notice of a meeting

    • Story: different expectations

    • Example from template on meeting invitation

    • Example: Notice of annual meeting

    • [Exercise]

    • [Reflection]

    • Time for preparation

    • [Reflection]

    • Questions to answer before the meeting

    • In-depth checklist

    • [Reflection]

    • Quiz: Preparations

    • Homework

    • Homework (cont.): To submit

    • Transition

    • Next section: Execute the meeting (during)

  • 8

    Week 3: Execute the meeting with the meeting model (during)

    • 3 steps in the Execution phase

    • [Reflection]

    • Examples of what you do in each step

    • [Reflection]

    • Before the meeting

    • [Reflection]

    • Examples of what to do more before the meeting starts

    • [Reflektion]

    • Greet participants

    • The meeting model

    • [Quote]

    • ”Frame sliding”

    • Time schedule

    • Standing items on the agenda (Ikea)

    • Agenda of a project meeting

    • Agenda for a board meeting

    • An alternative way to illustrate an agenda

    • [Reflection]

    • Att ladda ned

    • [Reflection]

    • Benefits & disadvantages of a schedule

    • Execute a meeting

    • Content in the execution phase

    • Example of content in the execution phase

    • Prepared schedule

    • Headings in a Schedule

    • Examples of headings in a schedule

    • [Exercise] The meeting model

    • Assignment: To submit

    • Transition: 3 steps in the Execution phase:

    • Next section: In-depth introduction

  • 9

    In-depth introduction

    • [Reflection]

    • Meetings without introduction

    • Intention of introduction

    • The impact of the intention

    • The impact of the intention

    • [Reflection]

    • Example of the introduction

    • [Reflection]

    • Examples of intentions

    • Activities to reach your intentions

    • Example of activities

    • [Exercise]

    • Examples of intention

    • Quiz: Introduction

    • Transition

    • Next section: Role distribution

  • 10

    Role distribution

    • Introduction

    • [Reflection]

    • Role distribution: Who does what?

    • Examples of other roles

    • Quiz: Role distribution

    • Transition

    • Next section: Closing

  • 11

    Week 4: Closing (Activity list)

    • [Reflection]

    • Introduction: Close the meeting

    • [Reflection]

    • Examples of points in the closing section

    • Template to download

    • Tip when closing

    • [Reflection]

    • Discussion at the end or not continued

    • [Reflection]

    • Examples of summarizing

    • Transition

    • Next section: Documentation and meeting notes

  • 12

    Documentation and meeting notes

    • [Reflection]

    • Taking notes and record

    • Example of the header

    • Example of a meeting protocol template

    • [Exercise]: Meeting protocol template

    • Next section: Check out

  • 13

    Check out

    • [Reflection]

    • Example 1: Check out

    • Example 1: Check out with ball

    • Example 2: "The lap"

    • Example 3: Visual check-out

    • Exercise: Check out question

    • Examples of Check out

    • Transition

    • Next section: Follow up meetings

  • 14

    Follow up meetings (after)

    • To do after the meeting

    • Examples of to do after the meeting

    • Prepare and send meeting minutes

    • Transition

    • Next section: Practical case: Leading a meeting 1 (structure)

  • 15

    Practical case: Leading a meeting 1 (structure)

    • Introduction

    • Suggested content

    • Exercise Instruction: Leading a Meeting (1)

    • Welcome

    • Welcome (example)

    • Background

    • Background (example)

    • Presentation of meeting leader(s)

    • Presentation of meeting leader(s) (example)

    • Intentions with the meeting

    • Intentions with the meeting (example)

    • Agenda and time schedule

    • Agenda and time schedule (example)

    • Frames and rules of the meeting

    • Frames and rules of the meeting (example)

    • Presentation of participants

    • Presentation of participants (example)

    • Expectations

    • Expectations (example)

    • Organization & Roles

    • Organization & Roles (example)

    • Check in

    • Check in (example)

    • Exit check

    • Transition

    • Next section: Summary and conclusion step 1

  • 16

    Summary and conclusion step 1

    • Välkommen till en utbildning med BE it

    • Sammanfattning och avslutning steg 1

    • Introduktion

    • Vad har vi gått igenom?

    • Quiz: När du gör vad

    • Test: Effektiva möten steg 1 (minst 70 % rätt för godkänt)

    • Case

    • Case med svar

    • Övning: Checklista för strukturerade möten

    • Svar övning: Checklista för strukturerade möten

    • Reflektion: Vem har ansvar för ett bra möte?

    • Svar: Vem har ansvar för ett bra möte?

    • Citat

    • Övning: VM i bra möten

    • Tips för bra möten

    • Repetition: Innehåll effektiva möten steg 1

    • Svar: Innehåll effektiva möten steg 1

    • Sammanfattning och att tänka på

    • Sammanfattning av Effektiva möten steg 1

    • Effekter av förändring

    • Film: Why Everyone Hates (Bad) Meetings

    • Självskattning

    • Ta ett första steg att hålla ännu bättre möten

    • 3 förändringsnivåer för varaktig beteendeförändring

    • Citat

    • Avslutande budskap

    • Måluppfyllnad och nästa steg

    • Citat

    • Nästa steg – Effektiva möten steg 2

    • Lära mer

    • BE it be YOU (Bli den du vill bli - Vara den du vill vara)

    • Tack och välkommen åter