These meeting plan checklist topics are thoroughly discussed and INCLUDED in the 12 Step How to Design a Right-Minded Team Building Workshop.
Use these templates to plan your meetings and report your team’s improvement.
Meeting Plan Checklist Topics
- Purpose of meeting
- Outcomes of meeting
- Stakeholders – WIIFM – what’s in it for me?
- What do participants need to do to prepare?
- Decision-Making & fallback method
- Barriers to a successful: Process or People
- Prevention & Interventions
- Meeting Roles & Responsibilities: Facilitator, Scribe, Sponsor
- Room Arrangements & Other logistics
- Meeting Notes and distribution
- Follow-up strategies & action items
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This book teaches two significant Right-Minded Teamwork (RMT) concepts:
- The RMT Myth, a short tale that presents the underlying teamwork philosophy, and
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The RMT Myth is a short, simple story. It follows three characters: Reason is a mythological character and symbolic guide who shows you how to think and behave in a Right-Minded way. As your Right-Minded teacher, Reason helps you differentiate and choose between Right-Minded and wrong-minded attitudes and behaviors. More, Ego is the negative, wrong-minded teacher who continually tells you how difficult the world is and how you must constantly fight to survive. More, and you, the The Right Choice Model uses the term “Decision-Maker” to describe the part of you that chooses to listen to Ego or Reason. More. The myth illustrates the Right-Minded Teamwork philosophy, sort of like an aspirational What you believe is your thought system. Pause and reflect on this truth, and above all, be thankful that it is true. More. The RMT process is a set of interconnected, team-building methods that together form a self-perpetuating, continuous improvement system.