What are Meeting Minutes?
Meeting minutes are written records concerning a meeting. They outline the details of a meeting, including those who attended, and what was discussed.
What is the purpose of Meeting Minutes?
Meeting minutes are used to detail the discussions of a meeting, including:
- Meeting topic
- Minute Taker
- Attendee Names
- Attendees Not Present
- Agenda Topics
- Topics of Discussions
- Decisions Made
- Actions to be Taken (and by Whom)
- Action Deadlines
They are a summary of discussions held at the meeting.
Why do I need Meeting Minutes?
Meeting minutes are a great way to document and disclose the discussions and consequent decisions that occurred during a meeting.
How do I use Meeting Minutes?
- Complete the document during a meeting
- Use the form to outline the details of the meeting, including topics discussed.
- Refer to the meeting minutes, as required.
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