Since you guys give me such good advise on my job stuff My TL has "given" me two meetings to either run or represent our department in. Both of them involve upper management, both are weekly status meetings. I have to run one that is regarding a new system we are creating and I'm testing. The second I have to represent our department and advise of status on testing for legal stuff. I'm not very good an doing these, but it is something I need to learn to do, and want to be better at. So far, I just research the status of all the issues and what's going on, and put that in an outline and go through it. It's doesn't seem to "flow" well, and well, again, I'm not very good at heading meetings. My TL knows this, and knows I would like to improve my meeting skills, and that's why she put these in my lap. So....any tips or ideas on how to run a meeting with confidence and flow? They are 5-10 people in the meetings, I'm probably the lowest on the pole of everyone in the room job wise, but they are all good people and I enjoy working with them. I usually have answers when asked a question, but I don't have the right layout to figure out what I should say so they don't have to question, if that makes sense. Any online resources that are good for coordinating meetings? Help?