When covering the agenda at the beginning of a meeting, stating the purpose should be

When covering the agenda at the beginning of a meeting, stating the purpose should be:

  • avoided, unless the client asks you why he is meeting with you.
  • as fast as possible, so the client does not realize he is going to be sold.
  • quickly covered, so the client knows you are still in control.
  • client-oriented to let the client know what he will gain from meeting with you

The Correct Answer is:

  • client-oriented to let the client know what he will gain from meeting with you

Explanation: Meeting agenda should be client oriented. So that client can understand what they will have after meeting with you. Discuss all the problems and out comes in the meeting.

 

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