This seminar is designed to help organizations make the most of their time spent in meetings, which have often been described as a place where minutes are kept and hours are lost.

An effective meeting begins with a proper agenda, one that is distributed to members in advance.  This helps participants properly prepare for the meeting.

We will discuss the importance of the agenda and how to develop a format that works for your organization.

Various types of communication, problem solving and decision making will also be part of the agenda for this seminar.

Fundraising in some form is part of most organizations and this can be dealt with in an appropriate way for your particular organization.

The goal will be to make your meetings shorter and more effective and to help you avoid many of the pitfalls that sabotage many meetings and make many organizations ineffective.

E-mail: info@jimchaplin.com for more details on this and other seminars.

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