English For Meeting

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English For Meeting by Mind Map: English For Meeting

1. 1. What makes a good meeting

1.1. Preparation-Checklist

1.1.1. Time and place

1.1.2. People

1.1.3. Roles

1.1.4. Purpose

1.2. Execution - a checklist

1.2.1. General communication

1.2.2. Combination of language

1.3. Effective Chairing

1.3.1. Opens

1.3.2. Welcome

1.3.3. Keeps on track

1.4. Effective participating

1.4.1. Listen to others

1.4.2. Propose ideas

1.4.3. Summarize

2. 2. Meetings : Key terms

2.1. The process

2.1.1. Before the meeting take places

2.1.2. Points

2.1.3. Agenda

2.1.4. Matters arising

2.2. Communication verbs and nouns

2.2.1. To discuss

2.2.2. To propose

2.2.3. To decide

2.2.4. To brainstorm

2.3. Arrangements

2.3.1. Arranging a meeting

3. 3. Opening a meeting

3.1. Starting

3.1.1. Lets get down to business

3.1.2. Right, lets begin

3.1.3. Ok, Shall we make a start

3.2. Welcoming and introducing

3.2.1. Welcome everybody

3.2.2. I'd like to start to introducing everybody

3.2.3. I Dont think everyone knows

3.3. Apologies for abscene

3.3.1. I'm afraid that

3.3.2. I have received apologies

4. 4. Giving and responding to opinions

4.1. Asking for opinion

4.2. Involving peoples

4.3. Recommending

4.4. Comments to support and focus

5. 5. Controlling

5.1. Active listening: responding to motivate

5.1.1. Right

5.1.2. Ok, yes

5.1.3. Thank you

5.2. Moving off point

5.2.1. Could i digress for a minute

5.2.2. It's not in the agenda

5.3. Referring Word

5.3.1. We'll come to that later

5.3.2. Can we get to that later

5.3.3. We'll be dealing in that moment

5.4. Referring back

5.4.1. As we said earlier

5.4.2. We have already discussed this

6. 6. Interruptions

6.1. Chair - Interruptings

6.1.1. Ok, Thank you bob

6.1.2. Mary, sorry but i'd like to hear other information

6.2. Participants - interupting

6.2.1. Excuse me, may i interrupt

6.2.2. Can i come in here?

6.2.3. Could i just comment on that

6.3. Why did you interrupt

6.3.1. i'd like to point out

6.3.2. I'd like to add something to

6.3.3. I'd like to develop one point

7. 7. Asking Question

7.1. Check question - we want to make sure people understand

7.2. You need clarification

7.3. You need to hear a second time

7.4. You are listening

7.5. Open Question

8. 8. Making Decision

8.1. More Discussion

8.2. Referring to time

8.3. Closing the Discussion

8.4. Focusing

9. 9. Closing a Meeting

9.1. Completing the agenda

9.2. Summarizing

9.3. Delaying Decision

9.4. Everything is clear

10. 10. Problem solving meetings

10.1. What is the problem

10.1.1. We are facing problem with

10.1.2. We need to look the focus on

10.1.3. A problem with

10.2. Cause

10.2.1. The problem was caused by

10.2.2. It was due to

10.2.3. The problem was result of

11. 11. Vocabulary Building

11.1. Suggestion

11.1.1. To make a suggestion

11.1.2. A good suggestion

11.1.3. Put forward

11.2. Decision

11.2.1. To make a Decision

11.2.2. Come to, reach

11.2.3. Joint, Final and wise

11.3. Plan

11.3.1. To prevent a plan

11.3.2. A detailed plan

11.3.3. Long - term

12. 12. Meeting at a Glance

12.1. Introduction - The Chair

12.2. The Discussion

12.3. Ending - The Chair

13. 13. Cross-cultural tips

13.1. Preparation

13.1.1. are happy with extension

13.1.2. Value fact for opinion

13.1.3. Prefer communication

13.2. Structure

13.2.1. Regard small talk as esential

13.2.2. Prefer certain types of meeting

13.3. Roles

13.3.1. See the chair as controller

13.3.2. expect important Decision

14. 14. Golden Rules

14.1. Plan the meeting

14.2. Begin by reviewing object

14.3. listen, clarify and summarize

14.4. Forget the environment

14.5. Allow- over elaboration