The ATLAS Guide To Effective Meetings In Higher Education

The ATLAS Guide To Effective Meetings In Higher Education

by Jeffrey Buller, Robert Cipriano
The ATLAS Guide To Effective Meetings In Higher Education

The ATLAS Guide To Effective Meetings In Higher Education

by Jeffrey Buller, Robert Cipriano

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Overview

Based on ATLAS' popular workshop We've Got to Stop Meeting Like This: Conducting Meetings Effectively, this guide provides a practical, six-step process that can help you conduct better meetings, regardless of your position in higher education. It includes advice on how to make agendas more effective, how to organize the room properly for different types of meetings, how to deal with meeting disruptors and other difficult personalities, how to assign meeting roles, how to reach consensus more easily, how to conduct meetings virtually, and how to streamline the meeting process.

NOW IN ITS SECOND EDITION!

New in this edition:
1. Greatly expanded text
2. A new section on how to conduct virtual meetings
3. Two brand new role plays
4. Even more agenda templates


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162870678
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 07/18/2020
Series: ATLAS Guides , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Jeffrey L. Buller holds a doctorate in classics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of twenty books on academic leadership, a monograph on Wagnerian opera, a textbook for first-year college students, and more than 200 articles, essays, and reviews. In addition to conducting leadership-training workshops all over the world, he serves as a consultant to the Ministry of Higher Education in Saudi Arabia in its development of a region-wide Academic Leadership Center.

Robert E. Cipriano is former chair and professor emeritus of the department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at Southern Connecticut State University. He has a doctorate in Therapeutic Recreation, with an Area of Concentration in College Teaching. He is the author of five books, one on collegiality in higher education, one on the Special Olympics, and three books on academic leadership in higher education. He has written chapters in three additional textbooks, and has published more than 180 journal articles and manuscripts. He has been awarded more than $9 million in grants and contracts and delivered.

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