Leading with Momentum: Design Meetings that (Actually!) Achieve Results

Leading with Momentum: Design Meetings that (Actually!) Achieve Results


Wednesday, December 1, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:
Virtual Event
Contact:
Alumni Relations
Open to:
Alumni, Current Students

Meetings don’t need to be the time-wasting, anxiety-provoking, resentment-inducing experiences many have come to expect. Well-designed meetings can actually help your team make decisions, build relationships, and move work forward.

In this interactive webinar, Tai Tsao (M.A. ‘14) will share strategies to help you use your meeting times more productively, build healthy relationships with your colleagues, and get things done while working remotely. No matter where you sit in an organization, no matter what types of meetings you’re leading, you can make an impact by creating effective, engaging and enjoyable conversations that achieve results.

By the end of this session, you will how to :

  • Lead meetings with more confidence and less frustration
  • Thoughtfully plan and facilitate an effective meeting conversation
  • Run virtual meetings that actually work

Date: Wednesday, December 1
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Register here.

Tai Tsao is driven to help individuals, teams, and organizations unlock their potential, transform the way they work, and make a greater impact. She founded LeadNow Consulting, a collaboration company on a mission to help individuals and teams thrive at work.

Tai is co-author of Momentum: Creating Effective, Engaging and Enjoyable Meetings, an Amazon Bestseller in 2017. Prior to founding LeadNow, Tai worked as an organizational development consultant with a diverse array of organizations. Tai enjoys helping teams across different industries reflect on how they work with each other and learn about how to improve their collaboration and build a healthier workplace. Learn more about Tai and her work, visit www.taitsao.com.


To request disability-related accommodations, contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, as early as possible.

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