How to conduct a meeting
How to conduct a meeting comes down to having clear objectives and sticking to the agenda. The primary purposes of a meeting are to share information and to collaborate with participants. To that end, have a written agenda for your meeting—at least an informal schedule of the key points you need to address. Engage your participants, and give them the opportunity to ask questions and offer input. Delegate responsibilities and establish clear action items for everyone going beyond the meeting. If you want to really take your meeting skills to the next level, check out these awesome tips and tricks for hosting meetings.