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For many people taking minutes is one of the most scariest things they are asked to do. Heather overcame her fear and was an extremely successful PA to a managing director of a large TV production company (Granada) for many years. She left to become a trainer and share her knowledge with other people and has now written a book that encompasses all the skills you should need to write minutes. The book has lots of exercises and example minutes to help you really become CONFIDENT AT WRITING MINUTES.
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"This is a superb book. I wish it had read it before I started organizing meetings, writing agendas and taking minutes years ago! It is full of really good tips and is very clear and easy to read. This will really help with coaching and mentoring junior members of staff."
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- Example minutes and agendas
- Writing minutes and agendas of meetings
- How to develop your skills in note taking
- Becoming more confident in your role
- A checklist of what to do before, during and after the meeting
- Help with layout and writing skills
- Learn what to include in minutes
- Understand how to become a better listener
- How to work well with your chairperson
- Lots of exercises and easy to read
- Free downloadable workbook
The book covers all the things that might worry you if you have to take minutes. These are based on the things that worried Heather and that have worried her hundreds of delegates over the last 10 years.
What do people think of this minute taking training?
“I had a real phobia about minute taking but you’ve really taken away my fear. It’s all fallen into place.”
“I’m fairly comfortable with taking minutes, but find I write
a lot of notes in the meeting which probably aren’t necessary.
I’ve learnt how to condense effectively.”
“I enjoyed the course and found it relevant to my needs.”
“I found the course really useful and very easy to understand.”