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Minutes: Taking and Submitting
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Succinct minutes that capture the purpose of the meeting and its agreed outcomes are a record that can be referred back to and be used for follow up purposes later.  

Good minutes are concise and to the point, but at the same time, they do not leave out critical information.

 

Use the Chamber Easy Minutes Form below, to quickly capture your minutes and submit them electronically for storage.

 

Tips:

·         The Board doesn’t need or want minute by minute details of your meeting! 

·         Limit your minutes to one page or 250 words or less. Use bullet points. 

·         Minutes should serve to notify (or remind) individuals of tasks assigned to them  

·         Include decisions made (event dates, actions items decided) 

·         Do not record any details of informational items

·         Do record deadlines, event dates, due dates,  etc.

·         Do documents activities that relate to the Chambers core program areas (MVP)