El Hotepsekhemwy Pero... _________________________________________ Keith wants everyone to seriously think.... "Meeting minutes keep a record of what was done or talked about at a meeting, including any decision made or action taken. Typically, meeting minutes are recorded by a secretary or assistant, but it can be done by any appointed individual." "What needs to be included? When you are writing meeting minutes you need to include different kinds of information. Here’s a list of what needs to be included in effective meeting minutes: Date, time and location of the meeting. The purpose of the meeting. Names of attendees and those who were unable to attend. Agenda items. Decisions that were made. Actions that need to be done. Include the deadline and who it was assigned to. Follow up meeting." _______________________________________ Like "at law" and in law" we see a descript ambiguity in that it is attend and not at tend or in tend [at-tend or in-tend; as in: intendment of law... ;) } _______________________________________ Interesting info - who's your secretary...?;) https://gaiku.io/blog/what-are-meeting-minutes/#:~:text=Meeting%20minutes%20keep%20a%20record,done%20by%20any%20appointed%20individual.
Posted by El Hotepsekhemwy Pero at 2020-12-10 23:46:11 UTC