In a recent article published in the Westchester and Fairfield County Business Journals, our CEO, Nora Madonick, described an easy to implement three-step process that will not only make your Q&A session easier to manage, but also ensure that everyone in your audience feels included in the conversation.
The process is important and it all centers around an action plan. Having a plan for the Q&A portion of your meeting before you walk in the door can turn a confusing flurry of questions into a constructive information session that allows the audience to receive immediate, well thought out responses to their queries. This process is easy to setup; all you need are:
-A white board, chalk board, or paper flip chart
To read about how these four components work together for a smoother, more engaged Q&A session, check out Nora’s full article at http://westfaironline.com/87243/chaos-control-in-public-meetings-three-steps-for-the-qa/.