Working with other People by Tony Hunt

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About the Lecture

The lecture Working with other People by Tony Hunt is from the course Time Management Skills. It contains the following chapters:

  • Re-Cap of Chapter 2
  • Working with other People
  • Delegation
  • Who to delegate to
  • Stress
  • Successful meetings
  • Long meetings
  • Meetings Plus

Included Quiz Questions

  1. Yes, you do! And you must!
  2. By the time I have taught you how to do it, I could have done it myself.
  3. I cannot delegate because I have no-one to delegate to. You can delegate upwards and across as well as down. You can delegate through making deals and negotiating.
  4. I cannot delegate because I am the only person in the world who can do this task correctly. Think about succession planning here – somebody has to be able to do it as you move up or out of the task area.
  1. It develops and motivates people.
  2. It releases you for complex work.
  3. It frees you from routine.
  4. It is quicker than “Do it yourself”.
  5. It frees you from confidential issues.
  1. No. Long meetings are simply long meetings. Good meetings are developed to use as little time as possible while producing good results in terms of objectives met.
  2. If people attend a long meeting, they take it seriously. Most people tune out after about 30 minutes.
  3. The meeting takes as long as it takes. There may be an argument for creative or philosophical meeting taking as long as needed, but most business meetings are art of the process, and need to be managed effectively.
  4. Yes, because long meetings ensure that a topic can be discussed in detail.
  1. No purposes - no meeting; agenda (time limited, any other business, list decisions); cost the meeting; list participants and their expected contributions; “One Minute Minutes”
  2. There is no way to cut meetings by 50%.
  3. No purposes - no meeting; agenda (time limited, any other business, list decisions); list participants and their expected contributions; “One Minute Minutes”
  4. No purposes - no meeting; agenda (time limited, any other business, list decisions); cost the meeting; list topics; “Five Minutes”
  1. Do not offer refreshments.
  2. Stand up.
  3. Hold meetings in public places.
  4. Chair ruthlessly.
  5. Wait for latecomers.

Author of lecture Working with other People

 Tony Hunt

Tony Hunt


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