Initial Meeting

Initial Meeting

Help In Preparing For Your Initial Meeting

As an expert in communication training, coaching and consulting, you can count on me to do an excellent job of listening. I’ll also be great at asking the right questions and in helping you through the process of clarifying your specific needs, objectives, problems and concerns. The more accurate and complete a picture that we create, the more effective will be the resulting solutions. Please review the following info. It was designed to help you get the most out of your initial meeting. The following describes the key ways communication is taking place in your organization: There are two lists. One includes what we call “communication mediums” and the other includes what we describe as “types of business interactions.” In preparation for our initial meeting, we suggest that you review these two lists and reflect on how your business is functioning in all these different areas. Communication Mediums Within Your Organization: We can help you solve existing problems and significantly improve your communication performance and effectiveness in any or all of the following areas:
  • Signage and posters
  • Manuals for policies and training
  • E-mails, texts and instant messaging
  • Phone calls, including Skype
  • One-on-one conversations
  • Small group meetings and discussions
  • Training sessions/li>
  • Announcements, policy changes and in-house newsletters
  • Letters
  • Ads and brochures
Types of Business Interactions: If your organization is experiencing problems with its communication processes in any of these kinds of interactions, we can provide effective solutions:
  • Discussion of daily to-do lists and goals
  • Assigning new projects
  • Presenting a project
  • Brainstorming sessions
  • Evaluating a project
  • Annual reviews
  • Working on a project together
  • Asking a question
  • Requesting time off
  • Requesting a work assignment
  • Requesting a department transfer
  • Laying someone off / firing someone
  • Announcing a favorable policy change
  • Announcing an unfavorable policy change
  • Giving a training session
  • Board and stockholder meetings
  • Customer calls, letters and emails
  • Vendor and service provider calls and letters
  • Social conversations and interactions:
We often overlook the fact that social conversations are an essential part of business activity. The quality of social conversations has a big impact and influence on the success of your business.