This cast describes Career Tools' recommendations for how to attend a meeting when your boss asks you to go in his/her place.
Your boss asks you to go to a meeting. What do you do? You sort of have three options. You can ask a million questions. Okay, you have two options. You can do what most directs do and go and then wait for the boss to ask for a debrief. Or, you can do a couple of simple things which take about five minutes, and impress the stuffing out of your boss. Here's how to do THAT.
- Before You Go, Ask Three Questions
- Am I Presenting and If So, How?
- Key Agenda Items
- Topics or Discussions To Watch Out For
- During the Meeting, Stay Quiet and Take GOOD Notes
- After the Meeting, Report Efficiently
- Capture And Send Your Notes From Where The Meeting Was
- Do NOT Send Minutes
- Think About Your Boss's Receiving Style
- Include Attendees and Non-Attendees
- Highlight Deliverables
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What should I do before I attend a meeting for my boss?
- What should I do during a meeting I attend for my boss?
- What should I do after I attend a meeting for my boss?
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