Learn what makes a meeting successful, and how to use them as a powerful tool rather than a waste of time.



Meetings do not necessarily have to be as described in statements quoted by Steven G. Rogelberg, they can instead play an important role for you and your company if the timing, motive and method are right.

The training How to run effective meetings is intended for all levels of employees who wish to improve their skills and to make sure that their meetings are efficient, focused, motivating and resulting in an increased productivity and satisfaction of the co-workers. The goal of the training is to enable the participants to differentiate between different types of meetings and relevant assessments and to define steps that will lead to a successful execution of the meeting.


This training can be useful to anyone who wants to improve the efficiency of their meetings.

 Training topics:

  • Types of meetings and Decision tree model
  • Meeting preparation – objective, agenda, minutes
  • Meeting facilitation – techniques and principles
  • Identifying problems and resistance during the meeting and finding solutions


One 2 hour VILT session


105 EUR, excl. VAT


Boris Bočvarski

Boris Bočvarski, Gi Group external trainer and permanent member of the Generali Academy training team, has been developing and conducting trainings on topics such as: time management, project management, analytical thinking and decision making, risk management, change management, team facilitation, for four years now. performance management and feedback. In his work so far, he has created several trainings and training curricula, as well as programs for the development of managers within the company Generali osiguranje.

Boris’s coaching work and training are based on many years of work as a project manager and consultant in project design, implementation and monitoring. He further improved his managerial experience as a portfolio manager of the international SOS Children’s Villages Foundation, where he was responsible for providing financial resources through project applications, communication with investors and monitoring of all projects within the organization.