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Situational Meetings
Figure 9-2.-Sample zone meeting agenda. processing station (MEPS) processor has been invited to provide kit quality training. Time is scheduled for a quick review and critique before adjourning the meeting at  lunchtime.  This  schedule  allows  RINCs  and  recruiters ample  time  to  get  together  after  the  meeting  for  lunch. You may find more solutions are found during these informal  get-togethers  than  at  the  actual  training evolution. You may want to encourage this by setting up a luncheon following training yourself, or enlisting the aid of a RINC or two to instigate the get-together. Because of the distance between stations, zone meetings may provide the only opportunity for some recruiters and RINCs to enjoy this type of fellowship. Distribute in Advance Send  a  copy  of  your  agenda  to  each  RINC  and out-of-zone participant well in advance of the scheduled meeting. This allows everyone enough time to think of questions and input they may have on the topics you are  going  to  present. Topics Choose  topics  for  training  from  the  NRD  annual training  plan  and  add  your  zone  requirements  as determined by your production reviews, station visits, and activity analysis. Presenters As suggested in chapter 2, add some variety to your meetings by inviting others to present training topics. Call  on  RINCs,  NRD  staff,  and  MEPS  personnel  to present  training. Time Guidelines Set time guidelines and stick to them. This allows for better planning for attendees. Try not to exceed 4 hours for training. Attention spans tend to wane after that. Warm-Up Plan some type of warm-up for the meeting. The warm-up should be something that will bring the group together,  encourage  participation,  and  enhance  morale. A group congratulations for achieved success makes a motivating warm-up. If congratulations are not in order, try  something  that  focuses  on  planned  improvement. Review of Agenda Take a few minutes to review the meeting’s agenda so everyone knows what to expect. Break Schedule  hourly  breaks  of  at  least  10  minutes. Meeting Evaluation Set some time aside for meeting evaluation. Ask participants how they feel the training went. Ask them if  they  have  suggestions  for  future  meetings.  Get feedback. YOUR  ROLE  AS  A  FACILITATOR Assume  the  role  of  facilitator  whenever  possible during   your   zone   meetings.   This   is   an   especially 9-7

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