Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Course in Singapore
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Course in Singapore
If you are in charge of keeping tabs on the flow of the meeting, then you have to learn to write the minutes of a meeting. Minutes writing follows a format that is depending on what a company requires. An individual’s writing skills must be sufficient to produce a complete and comprehensive recounting of a meeting.
This Meeting Minutes Writing Skills workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Meeting Minutes Writing Skills.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Meeting Minutes Writing Skills course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Meeting Minutes Writing Skills workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Meeting Minutes Writing Skills course
- Meeting minutes offer legal protection and legal experts will maintain that if an action isn’t in the minutes, it didn’t happen
- Minutes are important details that you can’t ignore if you want to keep your business in line with state laws, and to back up your tax returns
- Minutes represent the actions of the Board and company leadership, and are considered legal documents by auditors and the courts
- Even though there is no standardized format for meeting minutes, the IRS and the courts consider it important that you made a reasonable effort to report the facts of the meeting
- Good meeting minutes help drive a plan of action for your leadership team and employees. They clarify how, when, why, and by whom decisions were made
- Minutes record meeting decisions, which makes them a useful review document when it comes time to measure progress
- Act as an accountability tool because they make it clear who’s duty it was to perform which action
- Gives the Board member some possible legal protection if the majority approved an issue and a lawsuit is filed
- In situations of critical importance, and where the record is important, you may need to take detailed minutes
- Minutes are key to evidencing the directors’ decisions on behalf of the company to enter into transactions and execute documents
- The production of board minutes is evidence that the directors are discharging their statutory fiduciary duties to act honestly and in good faith with a view to the best interests of the company
- Provide evidence of other specific requirements being met, particularly on a subsequent insolvency
Below is the list of course objectives of our Meeting Minutes Writing Skills course
- Help you get started with writing and preparing effective meeting minutes
- Before you start taking notes, it’s important to understand the type of information you need to record at the meeting
- Make sure that you are ready for the meeting because the last thing you would want is to arrive late and without the necessary documentation
- Remember that your notes do not have to consist of a word-for-word record of what everyone says in the meeting
- Listen to each point first before trying to write everything down and you will be able to figure out what needs to be recorded, and to summarize what was said
- Take accurate, professional minutes and save time using meeting minutes templates
- Make sure your minute-taker sufficiently describes how Board members arrived at reasonable decisions
- Provide valuable information to those team members who aren’t able to attend the meeting
- Lays a foundation that helps ensure your success upon entering the meeting room
- Adjust listening skills and thinking patterns, and home in on what is really being discussed
- Turn meeting conversations into a valuable road map even when the conversation is difficult to track
- Produce minutes that remind everyone what needs to happen next, and assure them that their meeting time was well spent
Below is the list of course content of our Meeting Minutes Writing Skills training course
- Capture the essence of the meeting, including details such asdecisions made, next steps planned, and identification and tracking of action items
- Ensure the agenda and meeting are well thought out as it makes minute taking much easier
- Get a copy of the meeting agenda and use it as a guide or outline for taking notes and preparing the minutes with the order and numbering of items on the minutes of meeting matching those of the agenda
- Be sure to ask the Chair of the committee or Board what their expectations are of your role during the meeting, as well as the type of detail he/she expects in the minutes
- Having an outline based on the agenda makes it easy for you to simply jot down notes, decisions
- If you know the meeting attendees, you can check them off as they arriveor circulate an attendance list they can check-off themselves
- Record decisions or notes on action itemsin your outline as soon as they occur to be sure they are recorded accurately
- If the group moves on without making a decision or an obvious conclusion, ask for clarification of the decision and/or next steps involved
- Don’t try to capture it all and be sure to simply write (or type) just the decisions, assignments, action steps, etc.
- Record itif you are concerned about being able to keep up with note taking, consider recording the meeting
- Review your outline and if necessary, add additional notes or clarify points raised. Also check to ensure all decisions, actions and motions are clearly noted
- Once you’ve made any required revisions, the minutes will then need to be stored for future reference
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Meeting Minutes Writing Skills course
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Learner’s Guide
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Key Takeaways Notes
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Essentials Ebook
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Course Handouts
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills 30-Day Action Plan
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills MindMaps Pack
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills PPT Slides Used During Course
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills E-Learning Course
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Online Video Course
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Essentials Audiobook
Meeting Minutes Writing Skills Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Meeting Minutes Writing Skills training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Meeting Minutes Writing Skills training course.
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