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Meetings Online Video Course

Overview

A well-run meeting saves time and money, increases motivation and productivity, and helps an organisation connect with its strategic intent.

Whether you’re a Chair, a meeting organiser or an active meeting participant, this online learning module will show you some very practical ways that you can make improvements to the meeting procedures of your organisation.

This video will be valid for one month from the date of purchase

Topics covered include:

  • different types of meetings that are held
  • core documents to have on hand
  • meeting calendars with a working example
  • annual work plans with a working example
  • a good practice sample agenda
  • practical ways to manage reports and meeting papers
  • demystifying resolutions and points of order

Presenter

Linda Noble - Chief Executive, Governance New Zealand and Women on Boards
As an experienced management professional, Linda has worked extensively in complex organisational and governance structures in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.

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Minutes Online Video Course

Overview

Every entity will hold meetings of some sort as part of the daily, weekly or monthly routine at which minutes will need to be taken.
But minutes don’t just take themselves! They require an individual to ‘craft them’ as a record of the important points of a discussion and any decisions made related to that discussion.
Properly prepared minutes can provide meaningful protection against potential liabilities, while inadequate minutes increase an organisation’s exposure.
From this online learning module will you will learn some very practical ways that you can improve your skills in minute taking.

This video will be valid for one month from the date of purchase

Topics covered include:

  • the role of the meeting secretary or minute taker
  • what a good practice agenda looks like
  • why minutes are important and what the different types are
  • the core components that make up good minutes
  • how you can create a style and format for your organisation
  • what to leave in and what to leave out
  • recording conflicts and dissent with accuracy and confidence
  • how to amend minutes when changes need to be made
  • practical ways to record actions in a list including a working example
  • Presenter

    Linda Noble - Chief Executive, Governance New Zealand and Women on Boards
    As an experienced management professional, Linda has worked extensively in complex organisational and governance structures in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.

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