Aligning Individuals Who Have Competing Priorities
How many meetings have you left thinking, “That was a waste of time, not productive, what did we achieve?”
Getting folks aligned to a common goal can be quite challenging and time consuming; however there is a simple solution.
Using design thinking principles, enables you to bring even the most diverse group, to align on a common goal and be on the same page. Design thinking combines creative and critical thinking. It is an interactive decision making process which enables all opinions to be heard in a concise, non-defensive manner.
Practical learning for implementing design thinking principles into your meeting management techniques. Learn how to facilitate interactive meetings which motivate teams to quick alignment. Understand how to “group” synthesize data for buy in from all parties.
● Overview of design thinking principles
● Breakdown of the principles
● Applicability of techniques to meeting management
● Step by step instructions to facilitate a design thinking meeting model
● Guidance on synthesizing data and presenting solutions
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