Minute Taking for Better Meetings (P737)
Courses for the remainder of 2020 will be delivered as live, instructor-led sessions online. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for the October or December session.
Meetings are an important part of the group decision-making process. With today’s flatter, less hierarchical organizations, one week you could be asked to chair a meeting and the next week to record the minutes. Minutes are a record of the group’s decisions and action items and it is vital that they are clear, concise and accurate. This seminar helps participants to understand the full range of their role and responsibilities as Minute Takers, to work effectively with the Chair and to produce agendas and minutes in a variety of styles – formal, informal and action.
Workshop participants will take part in a mock meeting to gain a practical understanding of the roles of Chair and Minute Taker, to practice taking accurate notes and producing correct minutes. Active learning takes place in a relaxed and fun environment.
Course participants will be encouraged to summarize their key learning points and prepare a short action plan to implement on their return to work.
This is a one-day workshop in Ottawa.
Note: for those who wish to build on the skills learned here, there is a one-day advanced course called Advanced Minute Taking for Better Meetings (P235).
Space is still available for all course dates listed, unless otherwise noted.
By the end of this seminar, you will be able to:
Online registration is currently not available for this workshop. You may still register by phone or email
Who Should Attend This Course?
Anyone who needs to take factual records of meetings.
Does This Course Address Your Competency Development Needs?
This training workshop addresses:
• Adaptability / Flexibility