Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration Half a day – 1 day
This training course, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, teaches participants why accurate minute-taking is a critical skill, and one which businesses increasingly rely on for record keeping and accountability against deliverables and measurable business outcomes. Meetings can be fast paced and where many key decisions are arrived at, and it can cost your organisation heavily if the happenings are not captured and accurately reported on.
To make sure decisions and progress status from meetings are properly recorded and reported, your minutes must reflect important aspects of the meetings to provide sufficient context that is of value to various stakeholders who are not necessarily attendees of the meeting, that the minutes insight action and even foster engagement between the attendees post meeting.
This course will cover all aspects of minute taking and report taking from capturing the outcome of the meeting, to the structure of the writing itself, to understanding your audience and how to complete your final minutes or report.
This training is highly immersive in order to support knowledge retention. It is relevant for those in project team members or general team members who are engaged in meetings and are responsible for the output of the meeting including communications such as circulating the minutes of the meeting or reporting on the meeting.
This Glass Rock course is designed for anyone whose role entails capturing minutes or notes in meetings. This training can be customised by Glass Rock for your team.
By the end of this program, participants will:
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