Home31 August 2020 2020-11-20 11:09
The link is meetings:
- the skill and speed to take minutes;
- the focus to drive things forward as chairperson;
- the ability to write persuasive reports to help decision-makers make decisions (and read those reports quickly);
- the communication skills to actively demonstrate confidence and competence at work.
With face-to-face training on hold, the problems minute-takers and chairs face have multiplied with the move to on-line meetings. We have moved three of our most popular courses online. Minute-taking and Report Writing are available as online, live seminars and Speedwriting is a self-study programme
Minutes Made Easy
18 February, Edinburgh Zoo
Minutes Made Easy ONLINE
16 February, your desk
what people are saying about our training
I have definitely learnt things that I will take to my future meetings.
Joanna was brilliant and knowledgeable, she clearly has a lot of experience and kept me very engaged!
Minutes Made Easy OnlineAH, Nov 20
Grabbed a pad and pen and wrote the first line in my usual style. Then out of nowhere I actually starting taking minutes using what I had learnt yesterday. I didn’t actually think about, it just seemed to come so easily.
SpeedWritingVB, Nov 20
I'll definitely be trying 'hand on the wheel'
Thanks very much, Jo. some really useful guidance, especially your 3-point checklist and how best to keep meetings on track.
Active chairingSF, Sep 20
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