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6 Reasons to Get Better at Leading Meetings

6 Reasons to Get Better at Leading Meetings | Surviving Leadership Chaos | Scoop.it
It’s a skill that can set you apart.
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Beyond improving your own skills and advancing your career, getting better at running meetings will be dropping a pebble in the pond of ineffective meetings — it will ripple outward. When you begin to deliver meetings that people look forward to and benefit from, others will realize your organization is not doomed to have wasteful, ineffective meetings, and may be inspired to follow your example.
 
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10 Tips for Taking Notes

10 Tips for Taking Notes | Surviving Leadership Chaos | Scoop.it
Winston writes: On my job, part of my responsibility is doing transcription. Often I attend scientific meetings and have to . The notes/minutes are written as indirect quotes. Can you please give some guidance on taking meeting notes and minutes?

 

On my job, part of my responsibility is doing transcription. Often I attend scientific meetings and have to [take notes].

 

The notes/minutes are written as indirect quotes. Can you please give some guidance on taking meeting notes and minutes?


The purpose of taking minutes at a meeting is to create a record that can be used later to verify what took place. Minutes need to be accurate, but they don’t need to be lengthy.


My suggestions are based on the idea that the notes are going to be handwritten....

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