No Fail Meetings
No Fail Meetings
Single Package (Order 1-9 Books)
No Fail Meetings: 5 Steps to Orchestrate Productive Meetings (and Avoid all the Rest) is a physical resource to help you plan & execute meetings that win, and avoid ones that don’t. With meeting agenda templates, scripts for backing out of meetings, and wisdom on how to conduct your meetings, you can almost guarantee productive meetings for you and your team. Let this proven 5-step system for meetings revolutionize how your meetings are done.
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No Fail Meetings - Team Package (50+)
If your team is larger than 50 people, you can enjoy a discount of $9.99/book (our lowest price yet). This book, in the hands of your entire company, will 10x the results of your meetings. Become the hero of your workplace by putting No Fail Meetings in the hands of every company member.
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The digital book itself is great. A couple suggestions for the digital package:
I found the Digital package a bit complicated initially, and spent 1/2 hour figuring out how to access the various content.
I also had audio playback issues on my personal device (would stop playing at about 24 mins and restart) and eventually had to reach out for support (which by the way was top-notch; they helped me figure out the issue was my mp3 player, the file itself played fine on another player). I'd prefer the audiobook be just that, an audiobook, not an mp3. Audiobooks are much more functional for bookmarking, changing playback speeds, etc.
A small disappointment would be the small template "library"; 3 basic meeting templates don't quite qualify as a library. I was expecting to find different templates available for the various types of meetings listed at the back of the book (one-on-one meetings, etc). Another helpful template I would like to see would be an AAR template (After Action Review, or "de-brief") to help facilitate meetings that capture "lessons learned" at the end of a project.
This book really helped my organization turn the corner on how we handle meetings.
The content was basic but very good. It will serve anyone as a good reminder of how to prepare for, implement, and follow through on good meetings. If you have never been responsible for leading meetings, this is the book I would get to start your education as a leader of meetings. For me, the biggest struggle I have is that I was hoping for more examples and forms. I do like the simplicity of the information because it is memorable.