White paper: Learn how to take board meeting minutes kit
Enhanced minute-taking through technology and improved preparation.
Minute-taking is a highly important function in any organisation. People frequently find themselves called on to take minutes, with little guidance on how they are expected to produce an accurate record of what took place. Ambiguous agreements, a vague agenda, interruptions and a poor chairperson are just some of the factors that can make this a daunting task.
The role of the minute-taker can vary from organisation to organisation. The common view is that it involves attending the meeting, taking the notes and then typing up the final minutes. While these activities are central to the role, there are many others which may fall under the purview of the minute-taker. Many of these will relate to administrative tasks to be carried out before, during and after the meeting.
Successful minute-taking requires a professional approach and the application of a broad range of skills. In this white paper, we will uncover some tips and tricks and help you build a toolkit so you can be prepared and take more effective minutes.
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