The process guide (also chairman) of Cthrough coaching & consulting, makes your meeting focused, efficient and minimizes / eliminates meeting frustrations. This by directing the meeting process and the meeting behavior of the participants, as moderator. So you achieve your business goals and save costs.

This category gives an overview of all published articles related to process guidance.


 

What to expect from the participant

2021-07-27T22:20:29+02:00|Category: Process guidance|

In the accompanying main article “meeting roles”, the purpose of a meeting and which different meeting roles there has been mentioned already. This sub-article discusses what you can expect from a participant before, during and after the meeting. As participant you have a role in the group process and you partly determine the atmosphere [...]

What to expect from the chairman

2021-07-27T22:20:46+02:00|Category: Process guidance|

In the accompanying main article “meeting roles”, the purpose of a meeting and which different meeting roles there has been mentioned already. This sub-article discusses what you can expect from a chairman before, during and after the meeting. “A chairman is by definition a manager or on the board of directors”, this is a [...]

What to expect from the note taker

2021-07-27T22:21:17+02:00|Category: Process guidance|

In the accompanying main article “meeting roles”, the purpose of a meeting and which different meeting roles there has been mentioned already. This sub-article discusses what you can expect from a note taker before, during and after the meeting. What seems crystal clear at a meeting may be completely faded or forgotten at the [...]

Are business meetings outdated?

2021-07-27T22:22:25+02:00|Category: Process guidance|

More and more often, there are reports that meetings are no longer of importance and should belong to the past. It would be futile and a waste of time invested. In this article, we will take you through whether meetings are still relevant and / or whether meetings are useful for every company, what [...]

The strength of the generalist

2021-07-27T22:22:59+02:00|Category: Crisis management, Category: Process guidance, Category: Sparring partner|

The difference in thinking and doing between the generalist and specialist. Recently we had a conversation with an entrepreneur who is struggling with the question: “Should I work in a specialist or generalistic way“. Nevertheless, he advised us to specialize in a specific target group. His line of thought was: “If you specialize, [...]

Cost effective meetings; illusion or achievable?

2021-07-27T22:23:56+02:00|Category: Process guidance|

The quote “Two heads are better than one” is often used to indicate that it makes sense to work together to realize your (business) goals more efficiently. Good meetings are essential for achieving your business goals with multiple people. However, meetings are often seen as inefficient and / or participants have frustrations, making collaboration [...]

Play or be played

2021-07-27T22:24:19+02:00|Category: Crisis management, Category: Executive coaching, Category: Process guidance, Category: Sparring partner|

How do you realise your personal and professional ambitions as an entrepreneur or executive? Realising personal or professional goals has a lot in common with playing a strategy game, such as chess. There are many ways to play a chess game. To achieve your goal, a constant analysis of the game is [...]

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