EvaluationYou can evaluate at the end of each meeting to see how well it went. Ask the group:
Talk about how you can improve your meetings.
If you are the chair...
You are the leader of the meeting. You...
You can make decisions by:
When members of a group disagree, you might need to get more information or form a smaller committee to study the problem.
Setting the agenda
The agenda is like a program for the meeting. It lists the things that will happen at the meeting in the order they will happen. You can set the agenda in advance or at the beginning of the meeting.Write your agenda on a chalk board or flip chart. You can give people the agenda before the meeting if it is ready.
The record of what happens at the meeting is called the minutes.
The secretary can take minutes or group members can take turns. You can write down who was at the meeting, where and when it happened and what you talked about.
Make copies of the minutes and give them to the group members.
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