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Making yourself understood at meetings
So meistern Sie ab jetzt jedes Meeting

When you chair a meeting, you have to multi-task, keeping in mind the aim of the meeting and checking that the timing stated in the agenda is adhered to. On top of this, you will be evaluating contributions from the participants, dealing with interruptions, summarizing and delegating tasks. The following phrases are designed to help you do these jobs with the minimum of effort.

Beginning the meeting

"Hello/Good morning/afternoon, I'm glad you could all come. Let me start by introducing myself. My name is _____ and as you all know, the reason we have called this meeting is to discuss/plan/ review/come up with ways to link the World Cup to our Corporate Communication."

Stating the aim

"I trust you all received a copy of the agenda. If you look at the first item, Annette is going to start by giving us a tentative timeline for this project. This should be finalized by the end of the meeting. The other contribution will come from Josef who has compiled some information on advertising rates. This should be given the go-ahead by tomorrow so that everyone can start working on content."

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