We collaborate with you to create outstanding and memorable meetings that will exceed your participants' expectations. We identify your meeting goals and help you organize the CONTENT and OUTCOMES of each agenda item. Your meeting goals may be to create greater alignment, or maybe you want to launch new ideas, learn new things, share best practices and have some fun at the same time. We will ensure that your meeting produces a measurable results and that your people leave motivated and ready to go.

We have a team of professional facilitators that can host your meeting, keeping it on pace and on target. There are tremendous advantages to this approach. Using a well-briefed professional facilitator from Peak Performance2 creates an environment where all meeting participants can fully participate without having the demanding additional responsibilities of acting as the chair or the facilitator.

Meetings can make a huge difference in your organization.

Most of your formal meetings (meetings that involve significant advance planning) are critical to your success. They may be organized to launch new products or initiatives. They can be held to review strategy or develop action plans. Others are annual meetings that exist to orient everyone in your organization, highlighting past successes and future goals.

Frequently, despite the best of intentions, a meeting may fail to fully deliver the results that were expected.

Were the expectations clear? Was there a clear plan? Did everyone know what you or your organization was trying to achieve? Were the presentations interactive and effectively delivered?

We work with your team to help you create a meeting that achieves exactly what you want it to achieve. That means determining and articulating clear “exit goals”. What will change as a result of the meeting? What will everyone know after the meeting that they didn’t know beforehand? What will people do differently the first day back at work?

Then we help you and your team align all the aspects of your meeting. This includes:

  • Customizing a planning and design process that fits with your timeline.
  • Finalizing the structure of your agenda and structuring the learning methods.
  • Determining key messages, important takeaways and action points.
  • Crafting different meeting components to address different learning styles and different needs.
  • Creating interactive presentations (avoiding overuse of tools like PowerPoint).
  • Ensuring that the meeting pace is appropriate and that participants do not disconnect.