Notes on meetings - planning your meeting to start on time...

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Effective Agendas The facilitator should (ideally) distribute/email the agenda to the meeting attendees a couple of days prior to the actual meeting. If not, the agenda can finalized in the first few minutes of the meeting (not the best choice, but sometimes the most realistic for group projects). During the first few minutes of the meeting, the group should decide how long they intend to spend on each agenda item. By making the time line for the meeting, your group will help ensure that each item on the list is attended to…not just the first items. The time line will also help ensure that the meeting will end on time (a key component, if you’re
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Unformatted text preview: planning your meeting to start on time). Effective Meeting Notes Keep in mind, the recorder doesn’t have to record everything that happens at the meeting. The most important information to record is: who was at the event, what action items you’ve planned, who’s responsible for each action item, and what time lines you’re intending to keep. Also make note of any items you weren’t able to address at the meeting, so these items can either be discussed remotely (email, AIM, etc.) or deferred to the next meeting....
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course BUSI 401 taught by Professor Dr.harms during the Spring '11 term at University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

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