Effective Meeting Minutes Writing – Prepare and publish minutes with perfection
A good minute-taker is one who possesses a variety of skills. These include being able to summarise and listen effectively during a meeting; writing clearly, concisely and tactfully when translating notes into a set of minutes. As a minute taker, you have an important role in ensuring that organisational facts, issues, follow-up actions and decisions made at meetings are properly documented and recorded accurately and clearly.
Accurate minutes of meetings are an essential for any successful organisation. If you are the one who has to record the minutes of a meeting, you are probably well aware of how challenging this process can be.
- Report more accurately and clearly
- Ten Cs of effective minute recording
- Correct skills and competencies required for minute recording
- Types of minutes – verbatim and note style
- Minute recording – what to include and exclude?
- Listening skills for note taking
- 5Rs of minute recording
- Minute recording techniques and tips
- Key sections of minutes
- Correct reported tense to be used
- Correct pronouns to be used
- Using action verbs for clearer minutes
- Make your minutes crystal clear – 7 proven techniques
- Spot the errors in minutes
- Minute recording practice sessions.
Meeting Minutes Made Easy for you !
Practical tips, techniques and pointers, “hands on” practical minute recording workshop, visually stimulating sessions, group discussions and checklists.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Staff who take notes in briefings, or who write the minutes of meetings.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Sandra Sandu is an inspiring and passionate global trainer, consultant, speaker and author with 29 years track record training and consulting employees of Fortune 500 corporations in twenty countries across the Asia Pacific. Her training territory includes cities in Asia, Middle East and Australia.
Sandra graduated with a Masters degree in Education (Training and Development) distinction from the University of Sheffield University UK and a Diploma from Trinity College of Speech and Drama, UK. She is a Certified Trainer with the American Management Association (AMA) and a Licensed Trainer with Tony Buzan Centre UK in Thinking Skills, Brain Power, Creative Thinking, Innovation and Mind Mapping. Since 1993, she has been a Certified Management Consultant and is one of the rare recipients of the esteemed Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants FCMC (USA) citation.
Sandra is a well-known speaker at international conferences and has been listed in International Who’s Who Directory since 1997. Sandra has also authored an acclaimed guidebook “Getting Ahead in Your Career” Her training workshops are always rated highly with the use of accelerated learning techniques to maximize learning and recall.
Over the last twenty years, Sandra has been featured on leading television, radio and websites and has trained, consulted and inspired no less than half a million employees of key global corporations including Rolls Royce, ST Engineering, ST Aerospace, ST Marine, Honeywell, Jurong Shipyard, Sembawang Shipyard, Protex, Fugro Offshore, Shell, Singapore Refining Company, Singapore Petroleum Company, Petronas, Petronas Carigali, Petronas Pernapisan, Pertamina, Lubrizol, Castrol, BP Asia, Mc Dermott SEA, Bredero Shaw, Halliburton, MEA Holdings, Ameron Technologies, Ministry of National Development, Building Control Authority, Subana Ascendas, JTC, Worley Parsons, CPG and many more, across twenty countries.