Leading Problem-solving Meetings
Discover how to lead problem-solving meetings effectively.
What you'll learn
Are you tired of leading problem-solving meetings with mediocre results, or of struggling to catch your team's attention and getting them to actively contribute?
In this course, Leading Problem-solving Meetings, you will learn how to effectively run this type of meeting with minimal effort by using a very practical and easy-to-follow framework.
First, you will explore the most important part of every meeting: prevention (how to not have the need for it in the first place).
Next, you will discover how to optimize each core component of a meeting - be it purpose, format, or people.
Finally, you will go over steps specific to problem-solving meetings and address all the key points, challenges, and best practices. This will include understanding the problem, idea generation, decision-making, execution, and follow-up.
By the end of this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to effectively lead any problem-solving meeting, no matter the context or challenges.
Table of contents
In this course, you will learn how to effectively run a problem solving meeting with your team using the frameworks we teach you in this course.
The 3 pillars to a meeting are:
There is no prior knowledge required for this problem solving meeting course.
This course is for anyone who is a leader of a team and may run into a situation where they need to run a problem-solving meeting between team members.
Popular problem-solving strategies include:
- Guide (Guessing and checking, guess and improve)
- Act It Out (act out and solve from there)
- Draw (Using pictures and diagrams)
- Make a List (Making a list or a table)