I am pleased to announce that my latest course with Pluralsight, How to Run Effective Meetings, is now released and available to watch. Below is a short sample.

Have you ever sat in a meeting with that sinking feeling that you are just wasting your time. Perhaps the meeting is going nowhere, or there is no agenda? Does the person running the meeting struggle to keep it on topic?

These are all very common problems and I have certainly sat through my fair share of pointless meetings. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

How to Run Effective Meetings by Stephen Haunts
How to Run Effective Meetings by Stephen Haunts

A meeting should be a great platform to bring people together to solve problems, plan projects and drive businesses forwards, and not a drain on peoples enthusiasm.

In this short course I will give you all the tools you need to plan, and run effective meetings so that everyone involved gets something out of the process.

How to Run Effective Meetings by Stephen Haunts
How to Run Effective Meetings by Stephen Haunts

The course has the following main aim:

To discover how to lead and participate in formal or informal meetings and how to make them more productive and successful.

You will learn how to save time and resources by enduring that meetings support business needs.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Identify the best reasons for holding meetings
  • Prepare for meetings more thoroughly
  • Draw up action-centred agendas
  • Apply the skills of chairing, leading, facilitating and participating
  • Structure and manage conversations in meetings for maximum effectiveness


The course is useful to anyone that works in a professional work environment and has to attend or run meetings. By following the advice in this short course you will ensure that everyone can participate and perform their best.

If you are a Pluralsight subscriber, then How to Run Effective Meetings is available for you to watch now. If you would like 1 months free access to Pluralsight to watch this course and checkout others, then get in touch via the contact page on this blog.

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