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Meetings that gets Results - Plan & Moderate - Hold Visual Meetings with Creativity & Focus Conduct Discussions & Conferences Effectively & Efficiently Successfully Write Minutes - cover

Meetings that gets Results - Plan & Moderate - Hold Visual Meetings with Creativity & Focus Conduct Discussions & Conferences Effectively & Efficiently Successfully Write Minutes

Simone Janson

Publisher: Best of HR Berufebilder.de®

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CLIMATE PROTECTION & KNOWLEDGE - HERE YOU FIND: With the purchase of this book you support certified reforestation projects and receive compact information in a quick overview as well as advice tested in practice. The book helps you to achieve success step by step & includes numerous overviews & checklists to make it easier to read.  ALL AUTHORS can be found in the table of contents in the book preview.  PRESS & TESTIMONIALS ON THE EDITOR: Write a review on this book – more informations on berufebilder.de/en/press/. FAZ: "[Simone Janson] gives practical tips on how to reach your goals with less effort and make life easier. DIE ZEIT: "She also runs the blog Berufebilder.de, which is one of the most read blogs for profession, education & career in Germany. Hamburger Abendblatt: "Simone Janson knows her stuff! Rheinische Post: "If you are looking for orientation, you will find it here. amazingbytes: "I couldn't put down Simone Janson's book until I was completely through... unreservedly recommendable! PERSONALFUEHRUNG Magazine: "Simone Janson has compiled the most important rules. Press & Information Office of the German Federal Government: "Thank you for your super news-service. Dr. Margrit Bielmeier, MBHR Consulting: "Your great Best of HR-Berufebilder.de-Blog has been with me for years."  CONTENT: Many go in, little comes out - this is a common prejudice about meetings. Because often lacking a clear structure and objective, self-acting dominate the discussion or the team can not get through to a decision. But not only as a manager, but also as an employee, with the right structure, you can contribute a lot to the success of a meeting and thus increase productivity considerably.  TAILOR-MADE SERVICE! With our detailed special table of contents [see bookpreview] & additional material to the book, which you as a reader can find free of charge on Best of HR – Berufebilder.de® – read more in the book. Our members can find special information & individual help on their desired topic through berufebilder.de/en/academy/. Just contact us!  ABOUT: Simone Janson is a publisher & one of the 20 most important German female bloggers according to Blogger-Relevance-Index & Wikipedia – also see her Wikipedia entry. She is Keynote Speaker, consultant for companies such as Samsung, OTTO or Randstad in HR communications & worked for various universities & business schools. Janson has [co]published more than 20 books with publishers such as Redline Wirtschaft, Springer Gabler or Bertelsmann, including the bestseller "The 110%-Lie", translated into several languages, as well as various teaching & university books. She was also a columnist for DIE WELT, t3n & Wirtschaftswoche [Print & Online]. Her publishing house Best of HR – Berufebilder.de® [registered trademark] offers readers tailor-made information: With numerous books, an eLearning on Demand platform, the news service "Best of HR" & more than 300 internationally known authors. All information in German & English.

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