Lewisville, TX, August 02, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Organizations today have more meetings than ever before and often the meeting members feel much of those meetings are a waste of their valuable time. Meetings are very important communication and planning tools in the business world today. Because of this, Shirley Fine Lee has put together several tips she has shared with teams and classroom participants to help them increase the productivity of their meetings so time is not wasted, desired results are achieved, and follow-up actions are accomplished. These tips are in an easy-to-follow paperback book titled “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard’s Approach” which may be quickly read and immediately utilized to improve any meeting. The book is available on Amazon.com and other bookseller sites by searching for ISBN 1-4196-5367-9 or the author’s name.
The book, “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard’s Approach”, may be used by individuals or teams looking for a self-paced learning tool to help them improve meetings. It is also suitable for use by organizations as a training workbook in a facilitated session. This meeting management book has three different levels of learning to improve the role of meeting organizers, members, and leaders.
1. The first level is meeting basics for planners and coordinators at the front of the book. It includes an introduction to meeting principles and the RARA Approach meeting flow chart, as well as sections on the different types of meetings, presentations, notifications, and other preparation components.
2. The second level is the middle of the book and has the details of the RARA meeting approach as information key for all meeting leaders and team members. It is full of tips related to the four components of RARA which are Roles, Agenda, Records, and Actions. These tips may be utilized for immediate success in the meeting environment, as well as providing samples and reproducible forms.
3. Finally the end of the book is the third level and contains information to build skills for meeting leaders or facilitators. It provides a list of different types or problems that may come up and how to handle them, plus it provides a summary of the principles showing how RARA and use of meeting evaluations can aid in improving meetings.
Check out this book for help with planning meetings, sending notifications, assigning meeting roles, creating an agenda, keeping meeting records, making sure actions get done, and handling problems that may come up in any meeting. Find more details on Shirley Fine Lee’s meeting management book “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard’s Approach” (ISBN 1-4196-5367-9 ) on www.Amazon.com and other bookseller sites. Find information on the author, links to book reviews, and free stuff on www.ShirleyFineLee.com.
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