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Well whats on the Agenda today

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Well, What’s on the Agenda today?

Does anyone in your committee turn up to the meeting and say something like.... “Well, what’s on the agenda today?”

If members of your committee have not prepared for the issues that will come up, then these issues won’t be adequately dealt with and will take longer to resolve.

Perhaps you can encourage your fellow committee members to work through the following checklist well before the next meeting.

1. Look at the minutes of the last meeting

a) Did I agree to take some action? Am I ready to report to the Committee on that?

b) When and where is the next meeting?

c) Is there anything in the minutes that I should discuss with the employees in my area?

2. Look at the agenda for the next meeting

a) Is there anything in the agenda that I should discuss with the employees in my area?

3. Employee Issues

a) Are there any issues that the employees in my area want me to raise at the next meeting? Ask them.

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