Women Connect - Efficient Meetings: Mastering Meetings through Chartering

Ways of Working

Topic: "Efficient Meetings: Mastering Meetings through Chartering"  

Imagine being able to conduct meetings that are efficient, productive, and valued by all participants. Can you see yourself leading a team where every meeting is a step forward?

"Efficient Meetings: Mastering Meetings through Chartering" is an interactive demonstration and mini-workshop where attendees will be led through the provided templates, and provide insights on the types of meeting derailers that frequently interrupt productive meetings. Attendees will learn how to handle these derailers and prevent them from ruining their meetings.This session promises to be a valuable experience for individuals seeking to optimize their meeting management skills.


Attendees will learn how to:

  • Set meeting landscapes and charter meetings for cross-functional teams
  • Identify the (4) types of meeting derailers
  • Effectively manage some of the common meeting derailers


Attendees will take away:

  • Master the Art of Efficient Meetings: Transform your meetings from time-consuming to time-saving.
  • Increase Team Productivity: Create an environment where every meeting leads to clear actions and decisions.
  • Enhance Communication: Improve the way your team communicates, leading to stronger relationships and better results.
  • Drive Progress: Make every meeting a stepping stone toward your team's goals.

This is your chance to transform the way you conduct meetings and lead your team to success.


6:30-7:00 Arrival, Networking, etc. with Appetizers & Drinks
7:00-8:00 Talk (~60 min) including Q&A/Discussion
8:00-8:30: Networking and Wrap-Up

Presenter Bio:


Construction Project Management Expert | Educator | Sustainability Advocate

Construction Project Management and Construction Education with a career that has spanned over 25
years. Dee embarked on her journey into the world of construction with a passion for building a better future,
she started in the trades as a carpenter and moved into engineering, project management, and Owner’s
Ever the student, Dee has a substantial educational background as well as years of "boots on the ground"
experience that has built her wealth of diverse knowledge. She has a deep understanding of
construction best practices, ongoing education, engineering, and sustainability, providing her with a
unique multidisciplinary perspective that sets her apart from her peers in the industry.
Much of her construction career has been focused on large-scale, new construction life science and
manufacturing projects ranging into the hundreds of millions of dollars.


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Type of category: Event

Type of activity: Ways of Working

Date: June 4th, 2024

Hour: 6:30PM to 8:30PM

Number of PDUs: 0.0


Members: Free

Non members: Free


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