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Effective Minute Taking

Taking minutes can be hard. Vague agendas. Ambiguous agreements. An unskilled chair. All these can make the taking of an accurate record a daunting task.

This practical and interactive one-day online course provides a toolkit of skills which will boost your confidence in the writing and presenting of accurate minutes.

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Location
Online

Level
All abilities

Date
5th Jul 2024

Duration
I day

Cost
Free

Taking minutes can be hard. Vague agendas. Ambiguous agreements. An unskilled chair. All these can make the taking of an accurate record a daunting task.

This practical and interactive one-day online course provides a toolkit of skills which will boost your confidence in the writing and presenting of accurate minutes.

By the end of the day you will understand:

  • Why minutes are kept and the issues that can occur
  • How to take accurate minutes, and deal with the issues above
  • Techniques for effective communication, relationship building and dealing with discord
  • Essential communication skills

You will also receive a delegate pack containing comprehensive course notes and presentation slides.

Phil Davis

Phil has been delivering courses for The Chartered Governance Institute throughout the UK and Europe over the past 20 years. He is responsible for refining and  updating the programme to meet best practice. Through his organisation, TMF Training, he develops and delivers a
wide range of management workshops and training
programmes.

Dr Rob Robson

Rob is a Principal Lecturer at the University of Greenwich
Business School and a management development
consultant. He has been a member of the Chartered
Governance Institute for over 30 years. Through his
organisation, TMF, he specialises in the design & delivery of a range of seminars and training courses tailored to the needs of both large corporations and small
businesses.

Upcoming dates

Upcoming course dates for Effective Minute Taking
05 July - 5th Jul 2024 Online
15 October - 15th Oct 2024 Online

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