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Facilitating an Effective Meeting

Facilitating an Effective Meeting INFORMATION MANAGEMENT JOY E. WACHS, PhD, RN cc u p a t i on a l health mation requires clarification used appropriately, eliminates nurse managers spend and explanation. Providing in­ the need for frequent, time con­ a substantial portion of formation on a company's AIDS suming meetings. For example, every workday in meetings. Un­ policy or implementing the Drug E-mail, memos, and voice mail fortunately, the time spent in Free Workplace Act with its ac­ may be used to present an issue meetings is often felt to be companying education may best and solicit, at least, introductory many of these new wasted. Meetings are conducted be done through company wide input. With with the wrong people in atten­ meetings. technologies, the responses eas­ dance, no preparation or agenda, Purposes two, three, and ily can be sent to all interested employees with no extra time or ineffective group process, and no four are related; to brainstorm, work involved. Meetings can resulting decisions or action. No plan, and problem-solve. All then be scheduled as needed wonder people groan when three of these purposes are after the preliminary work is someone suggests that "we based on the ability of group meet" on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AAOHN Journal SAGE

Facilitating an Effective Meeting

AAOHN Journal , Volume 40 (6): 3 – Jun 1, 1992

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SAGE
Copyright
© 1992 American Association of Occupational Health Nurses
ISSN
0891-0162
DOI
10.1177/216507999204000606
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Abstract

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT JOY E. WACHS, PhD, RN cc u p a t i on a l health mation requires clarification used appropriately, eliminates nurse managers spend and explanation. Providing in­ the need for frequent, time con­ a substantial portion of formation on a company's AIDS suming meetings. For example, every workday in meetings. Un­ policy or implementing the Drug E-mail, memos, and voice mail fortunately, the time spent in Free Workplace Act with its ac­ may be used to present an issue meetings is often felt to be companying education may best and solicit, at least, introductory many of these new wasted. Meetings are conducted be done through company wide input. With with the wrong people in atten­ meetings. technologies, the responses eas­ dance, no preparation or agenda, Purposes two, three, and ily can be sent to all interested employees with no extra time or ineffective group process, and no four are related; to brainstorm, work involved. Meetings can resulting decisions or action. No plan, and problem-solve. All then be scheduled as needed wonder people groan when three of these purposes are after the preliminary work is someone suggests that "we based on the ability of group meet" on

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AAOHN JournalSAGE

Published: Jun 1, 1992

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