Unit 14 - Lesson 67 Planning an Agenda 2 WELCOME! Unit 14
Unit 14 - Lesson 67 Planning an Agenda 3 PLANNING AN AGENDA Determine the type of meeting—will you make a decision, solve a problem, resolve a conflict? List each item to be discussed, and name the person introducing it. Set an estimated time limit for each item. Send the agenda to all expected attendees one or two days beforehand.
Unit 14 - Lesson 67 Planning an Agenda 4 MEETING NOTES Take accurate notes, including the following details: Date, time, and place of the meeting Identify yourself as the writer of the minutes. Who was present and absent This is useful if a question about who attended arises later.
Unit 14 - Lesson 67 Planning an Agenda 5 MEETING NOTES (cont’d) Reports presented and major points of discussion State facts objectively. Listen to the discussion, and ask questions when something is unclear. Any decisions that are made should be stated accurately.
Unit 14 - Lesson 67 Planning an Agenda 6 FOLLOW-UP Follow-up after the meeting. Include any decisions, assignments, and deadlines made during the meeting.
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