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Read all of the directions carefully for Part I and Part II before you start your work. There are two parts to this assignment: (1) a sample agenda and (2) assignment questions. Each part must be submitted on the same day.
Review the text box “Sample Meeting Agenda” on page 290 and “Making Meeting Agendas Useful” on page 291 of your textbook. Create an agenda to plan a business meeting with your classmates about the concepts covered in Lesson 7. You will be the leader. Your goal will be to decide how to best present the material to your instructor. The agenda should include the obvious use of Reflective Thinking. Submit your agenda in Part II of the assignment.
Read the following questions. Integrate the key concepts and key terms from this lesson into your answers.
Answers should be at least 6 to 10 sentences in length. Your responses should be written in complete sentences, and free of spelling and grammatical errors. Type your answers in a Word document and then paste your answers below each question in the spaces provided.
Before completing this assignment, review the Grading Rubric.
1. Copy and paste your agenda here. Then, explain what leadership style you would implement and why.
2. Considering your work on the agenda, discuss at least two characteristics of effective agendas and explain how they should be created. Give specific examples from the agenda you created.
3. Based on the creation of your agenda, discuss at least two strategies for effective group communication during meetings, including potential conflicts or disagreements that may occur during a group discussion. How would you implement these strategies in your meeting? Give specific examples.