The follow-up to our meeting directives are just as important as the planning and execution, and overlooking this step could undermine your best efforts down the road.

Now that we have covered what you should do before and during a meeting, we'll conclude our three-part training on becoming a good meeting facilitator by explaining what you should do after the meeting is done. In the remaining items on our 15-question list, we cover accountability actions, follow-up procedures, and why you should keep your boss informed of meeting progress.

Completing all three parts and puttting what you've learned into action will have an immediate impact on your abilities as a meeting facilitator, both in terms of how effectively you run meetings, and how well you followthrough on the points covered within them.


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