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Identify the meeting's goals. Ask participants for input. List the questions you want to address. Identify the purpose of each task. Estimate the amount of time to spend on each topic. Identify who leads each topic. End each meeting with a review.
Write the title of the agenda. Followed by a who, when, and where information. Write an overview of the meeting. Outline the topics and/or activities and give a sufficient allotted time. Add extra instructions. Check for errors.
Try to write the minutes as soon after the meeting as possible while everything is fresh in your mind. Review your outline and if necessary, add additional notes or clarify points raised. Ensure you're including sufficient detail.
The names of the participants. Agenda items. Calendar or due dates. Actions or tasks. The main points. Decisions made by the participants. Record what is the most important points. Future decisions.
The name of the meeting: For example, If it is a wedding committee meeting, the name is included first. The time as well as the date of the meeting. The location where the meeting was held, for example, the Hilton Hotel Nairobi. Members present: Here, only the attendees are listed.
The names of the participants. Agenda items. Calendar or due dates. Actions or tasks. The main points. Decisions made by the participants. Record what is the most important points. Future decisions.
Try to write the minutes as soon after the meeting as possible while everything is fresh in your mind. Review your outline and if necessary, add additional notes or clarify points raised. Ensure you're including sufficient detail.
The format of a meeting will depend on who is meeting, what is being discussed, and the type of association. Annual general meetings of large associations are usually formal meetings to be contrasted with much management committee meetings which are held around a kitchen table with a cup of coffee.
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