RARA Approach Author, Shirley Fine Lee’s Shares Key Meetings Roles in MP3 audio

Shirley Fine Lee, author of RARA A Meeting Wizard’s Approach, releases a 3rd audio-podcast on having required roles during meetings. These tips on the audio-video page of her website help make for more productive meetings and leadership skills.
By: S.Lee
March 22, 2010 - PRLog -- Shirley Fine Lee, the author of the management book “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard’s Approach” released her 3rd podcast of meeting tips.  The purpose of the podcast series is to help business teams improve their meetings by providing simple management tips to integrate into meetings right away to make them more productive.  The “Required Roles” podcast continues the key components of her RARA acronym for Roles, Agenda, Records, and Actions. The latest podcast and previous ones in the series may be downloaded for free from her website at http://www.shirleyfinelee.com under the audio-video (A/V)) page at the top of the page.

“R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard’s Approach” is organized in a workbook format, which is ideal for busy individuals who wish to learn essential new meeting management skills in the least amount of time.  The writing is straightforward and clear, the ideas are easy to understand, and well worth implementing in the professional world to gain wizard-like mastery of time spent communicating with groups of all sizes during business meetings,.

Ms. Lee points out when speaking to groups on her RARA meeting management approach, that roles are important to a meeting’s productivity.   Most audiences believe that the most important role in a meeting is that of the facilitator or group leader.  However, Shirley points out to her audiences that “Meeting attendees are the ones who provide the most beneficial input, decision-making, ideas, and problem-solving during meeting discussions.  So it is very important to make sure the right people are being invited to meetings.”  Although the facilitator or leader is important to guiding the meeting process and keeping it on track, the attendees or team members are the main key to meeting success.  She also points out the role of recorder or minute-taker is also a valuable resource for the group and the success of meetings.  Other roles are mentioned in her book and on the audio podcast, but she emphasizes these three.  Find out more about Shirley Fine Lee, as well as her services and to read her blog, go to her website at http://www.shirleyfinelee.com.

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