6:00 | Registration, Networking & Dinner
6:45 | Announcements, Introduction of Program
7:00 | Guest Speaker or Internal Program (1 PDU)
8:00 | Participants network and/or participate in SIGs
8:15 | PMO SIG, Quality SIG programs (1 PDU)
“How to Lead a Successful Meeting for Results” is a fun interactive presentation that will cover the following topics:
• Why do we hold meetings?
• What are the three types of meetings?
• Prepare, Prepare, Prepare – if you don’t you are setting yourself up for failure
• Meeting Roles – Separate but Equal
• The Meeting Structure – the blue print for success
• The Meeting Agenda – without a good one – you lose
• Meeting Rules – why they must be enforced
• The 3 statements that positively set the tone for success
• Leading the meeting – it’s all up to you
• Interaction techniques – get the energy going
• Asking the one most important question - at the end
Mark promises that if you follow his techniques, your meeting will become energetic, productive, and fun instead of a perceived mundane chore and your results will move in a positive direction.
Mark Troncone is a 38 year Information Technology professional. Mark is an award winning IT Project Manager certified by the Project Management Institute, an AGILE Certified Practitioner, an IT Business Analyst certified by the International Institute of Business Analysts, certified ITILv3 Foundations in IT Customer Service, and a Certified SCRUM Master. Mark is a lifelong resident of Fairfield County and has been employed for such companies as James River Corporation, Readers Digest, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Wachovia Bank, Hewitt & Associates, Affinion Group, Starwood Hotels, TransAct Technologies, Save the Children and Synchrony Financial.
Over the years, Mark witnessed the traditional way meetings were run and how their shortcomings resulted in creating frustration, wasted time, ambiguous results, and in some cases outright failure. Clearly a redesigned structure and preparation method for creating and leading a meeting had to be developed that ensured success. Much like the world of business has changed the last 10-15 years, so to the art of leading and preparing for a meeting had to change also, with the emphasis being on structure, focus, interaction, and definable results. Through trial and error, taking the best of what worked, Mark self-taught himself the necessary skills to lead a meeting with techniques that eliminated bad habits and promoted success.
Mark has communicated this unique approach to professional networking groups and individuals in the Fairfield County. Mark’s approach is an 11 point step by step plan to zero in on what needs to get accomplished quickly and putting a plan into action to achieve maximum results.
285 N. Central Ave
Hartsdale, NY 10530