Requirements Elicitation – The 6 Principles You Need to Lead Great Meetings

A session at Southwest Ohio Business Analysis Regional Conference

Friday 19th April, 2013

11:10am to 12:00pm (EST)

How often do you use conference calls to conduct your requirements elicitation meetings? Do you have the same level of confidence when leading conference calls as you have in face-to-face meetings? Would a simple model based on 6 Principles for leading great meetings make you more effective as a Business Analyst? IIBA members see conference calls for what they are: the primary way professionals build trust, credibility, and collaborate with the professionals necessary to get the job done. Unfortunately, few people look forward to their next conference call. That is about to change. Takeaways:
1. Discover one blind spot you have around leading conference calls.
2. Identify one leadership Principle you can personally employ.
3. Write down one action step to build trust and collaboration during your conference calls.

Join us for a highly interactive presentation where you get to ask the questions and work on challenges that you are facing today. Expect no slide deck, lots of interaction, and highly relevant content. And yes, it’s going to be fun.

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Byron Van Arsdale

CEO of Lead Great Meetings

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Time 11:10am12:00pm EST

Date Fri 19th April 2013

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