Bogor premium meeting hotel

Bogor premium meeting hotel

Choosing a venue is the one most important decision in event planning for the success of a meeting. It is important to find a meeting place with  fully equipped facilities as well as one that caters to your needs. Salak Tower Hotel is one of the best meeting places in Bogor because of its combination of elegance, value, high technology and convenience. Our perfectly located hotel is close to the Jagorawi toll exit and just a few steps from the center of famous culinary areas, shopping districts and tourist attractions.

Bogor premium meeting hotel
Bogor premium meeting hotel

Bogor premium meeting hotel

Meetings fill an increasing number of hours in the workday, and yet most employees consider them as a waste of time. According to a survey of U.S. professionals by Salary.com, meetings ranked as the number one office productivity killer. (Dealing with office politics was a close second, according to the 2012 survey.)

Why do meetings have such a bad rap? Because too many of them are poorly organized, overly long, and rudderless–drifting this way and that according to the moods of the dominant personalities in the room. Even managerial and executive meetings, which should be more effective based on the amount of experience the attendees have collectively logged, are often more painful than productive.

With plenty of experience in facilitating meetings, we’d like to share seven best tips for leading your meetings to achieve expected, positive, and constructive outcomes.

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Bogor premium meeting hotel (2)
  1. State the Objective Clearly

A meeting must have a specific and defined purpose. Before you send that calendar invite, ask yourself: What do I seek to accomplish? Are you alerting people to a change in management or a shift in strategy? Are you seeking input from others on a problem facing the company? Are you looking to arrive at a decision on a particular matter? Standing meetings with vague purposes, such as “status updates,” are rarely a good use of time.

 

  1. Consider who is invited.

When you’re calling a meeting, take time to think about who really needs to be there. If you’re announcing a change, invite the people who are affected by the announcement. If you’re trying to solve a problem, invite the people who will be good sources of information for a solution. When people feel that what’s being discussed isn’t relevant to them, or that they lack the skills or expertise to be of assistance, they’ll view their attendance at the meeting as a waste of time.

 

  1. Stick to your schedule.

Create an agenda that lays out everything you plan to cover in the meeting, along with a timeline that allots a certain number of minutes to each item, and email it to people in advance. Once you’re in the meeting, put that agenda up on a screen or whiteboard for others to see. This keeps people focused.

 

  1. Start on time, end on time.

If you have responsibility for running regular meetings and you have a reputation for being someone who starts and ends promptly, you will be amazed how many of your colleagues will make every effort to attend your meetings. People appreciate it when you understand that their time is valuable. Another note on time: Do not schedule any meeting to last longer than an hour. Sixty minutes is generally the longest time workers can remain truly engaged.

 

  1. Ban technology.

The reality is that if people are allowed to bring iPads or Laptops into the room, they won’t be focusing on the meeting or contributing to it. Instead, they’ll be emailing, surfing the web, or just playing around with their technology. Eyes up here, please.

 

  1. Follow up.

It’s quite common for people to come away from the same meeting with very different interpretations of what went on. To reduce this risk, email a memo highlighting what was accomplished to all who attended within 24 hours after the meeting. Document the responsibilities given, tasks delegated, and any assigned deadlines. That way, everyone will be on the same page.

 

  1. Don’t Try to Please Everyone

Your attendees often have competing priorities and points of view, and there’s no way to please everyone, all the time. You can’t ensure that all parties get equal time, equal treatment, and equal accolades, so don’t even try. Leading Effective Meetings is an overlooked skill, but it doesn’t have to be a thankless job. These seven tips may not result in gushing compliments over how pleasurable your latest executive meeting was. But if you can use them to steer your team out of meeting purgatory for an hour every other Friday, that’s still something to be proud of.

Bogor premium meeting hotel
Bogor premium meeting hotel

They’re where the next big idea is born. At Salak Tower Hotel, our facilities and services are ideally suited for your groups and offer simple, bundled pricing. All staffs are trained by STP Bogor and also Supported by fluent English staffs we provide you professional butlers in meeting room areas

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Bogor premium meeting hotel 1

Salak Tower Hotel is a great venue for coordination meeting from different areas of the company or with other agencies. Our hotel has extraordinary and luxurious Skyline ballrooms with the capacity for up to1000 pax and other various capacities adjusting your activities. Besides, the Modern Clasic ambience of the four-star hotel is always ready to meet your delight and brings brilliant ideas from your meeting.

For more information on meeting packages, please contact us at:

Salak Tower Hotel

Address           :Jl. Salak no. 38 – 40 Bogor, Jawa Barat, Indonesia.

Phone              : +62-251 7565 111

Email               : marketing@salaktowerhotel.com

Web                 : www.salaktowerhotel.com

 

 

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