Business Meeting Contract: A Pledge for Greater Efficiency

This infographic is intended for printing and hanging in your conference rooms. Please let us know if you have any feedback.


Business meetings are held to get a specific piece of business done during a specific period of time.

Everyone attending shares responsibility for the meeting’s success. Showing up on time, being prepared, and silencing devices are important. But the person running the meeting also has an obligation to initiate an efficient, fruitful conversation.

And that requires earning trust.

Turpin Communication Business Meeting ContractDownload the printable version for hanging in your conference rooms.

by Dale Ludwig, President & Founder, and Greg Owen-Boger, VP, of Turpin Communication and co-authors of the book, “The Orderly Conversation”

One Comment

Tyler

I like this a lot. So much time is wasted in meetings because people do not understand things like this. Unprepared, poorly focused facilitators and participants make for a lot wasted time & money.

This made me also think about the negative impacts of poor email communications.

Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

LEARN MORE ABOUT TURPIN