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Good Etiquette in meetings requires all participants to adhere to a number of ground rules. These ground rules provide a framework to guide individual and group behavior, and to explain how the group will function and make decisions.
It is good practice for all meetings to have a set of documented ground rules that all members of the group have easy access to. Normally these are stored in a central accessible drive. If the membership of your group changes it is good induction for the new members to be given a copy of the meeting rules. It is also good practice for the members of the group to review the meeting rules frequently.
You will find that meeting ground rules fit in to three categories
Now let's take a look at each category of meeting rule
The following suggested rules are universal and should be encouraged at all meetings Share reports or documents that you wish to reference or discuss during the meeting at least three days in advance
The following set of meeting rules require your group to make a decision on how your group would like to address them How are decisions going to be made?
This final set of meeting rules are tings a good leader will do to ensure the success of your group. Encourage all attendees to contribute to the discussion
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