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Taking Effective Meeting Minutes
Taking Effective Meeting Minutes
Master this in-demand skill with ease
Have you been asked to take minutes at a meeting? Congratulations! It isn't a chore, it's an honor, and Taking Effective Meeting Minutes is ready to help you excel in this important role.
Taking Effective Meeting Minutes is much more than training. It's a way to boost your value within your organization and become a key player at important meetings. Whether you've never taken minutes before or you want to take your skills to the next level, trainer Patricia Robb will you help master the role.
If accurate minutes are not taken at a meeting, it's as if the meeting never happened. No wonder employers prize accurate, professional minute-taking skills. Instead of worrying about the responsibility of taking minutes at a meeting, you will actually enjoy playing a vital role.
The webinar on this topic was so popular, we decided to offer the complete audio of the session in your choice of CD or MP3, so you can learn at your convenience. It even includes the Q&A. (Example: "How do I deal with fast talkers?")
You also get the PowerPoint from the webinar and a transcript of Patricia's audio for easy reference. Plus 13 handouts in Word, so you can use the very documents that have served Patricia so well over the years. This training package is complete!
Patricia gives you detailed advice on everything you need to do:
You can learn all the skills you need quickly and easily from Taking Effective Meeting Minutes. You'll gain the know-how and confidence to accept the responsibility of taking minutes. And soon you'll reap the reward: being an even more important member of the team. Get your copy now!
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