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Achieving Minute-Taking Rockstar Status

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On-Demand Webinar | (Recorded)
Member Price:
$89
Non-Member Price:
$99

Trainer: Christy Crump, Director of Operations, RCS Training

Do you have a moment of panic when you’re asked to take meeting minutes? Do you have trouble deciding what to record and not record in your minutes? Do you leave a meeting with pages of notes you can’t decipher later? Do you worry that during a meeting you will be asked a parliamentary procedure question? Alleviate the stress, confusion, and fear that taking meeting minutes often causes. This webinar is designed to assist minute takers in perfecting their skills, to take minutes more efficiently, effectively, and accurately. You will leave with new examples and invaluable templates that you can adapt to your everyday work environment!

Achieve rockstar status by learning how to: 

  • Prepare for and document formal and informal meetings
  • Understand and use the parliamentary procedure correctly
  • Record pertinent information and write succinct, factual minutes
  • Follow up after the meeting with action items and finalizing minutes for record

Bonus Handout: Top 10 Tips for Expert Minute-Taking

Hot Tip: Traditionally minutes were concluded with “Respectfully submitted” and signed by the minutetaker. “Respectfully submitted” is outdated and should be replaced with “The Board of Directors approved the November 30, 2017, minutes on [fill in date].” The meeting chair and minutetaker sign and date when the minutes are approved and the approval date is filled in.

Presenter Biography:
Christy Crump was appointed director of operations for RCS Training in 2012. Her background includes 20 years in high level administrative positions and five years as founder and President of Crump & Associates, a training and professional development company with a client list including Fortune 500 companies. Christy now leads a team of 40 trainers who provide hospitality regulatory training to over 1600 clients in Florida and professional development training nationwide. She is a certified government administrative manager and serves as the immediate past president of the Florida Federation of Business & Professional Women.

Continuing Education Credits: This webinar is eligible for .1 CEU (one credit hour). 

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