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Write clear, concise and condensed meeting minutes and still keep your sanity!

Proofreading is a critical part of the minute taking process. In this post I wrote about going that one step further and getting your final draft minutes peer reviewed so that a fresh pair of eyes can pick up any errors. There’s an art to proofreading and it’s a step we quite often skip over. …

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Once you’ve completed your draft minutes the job’s done, right? Not quite. Minutes should be double-checked particularly for content accuracy. The accepted chain of command for getting your draft minutes checked include: your executive and/or the chairman the rest of the meeting members. The people listed above will be mostly looking to ensure that the …

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