Creating an informal report

At some point your career you might find yourself sitting on a committee or leading one. This would be animportant opportunity to flex your note taking skills and then showcase your ability to convert these notes intoofficial meeting minutes. Minutes are one of the ways to keep track of what is discussed at meetings, andensure action points are followed through on. Meeting minutes may seem to be insignificant, but are actuallyofficial documents of the company and can be subpoenaed as evidence in a court of law. An essential skill forany manager is to to know how to write minutes, what should be contained in them (as well as what should notbe contained in them), and how to format them for presentation.Your task is to create an informal report. You will watch a video of a mock meeting (in the “Watch It” box below)and create a word document version of the meeting minutes.Required SectionsDate and TimeName of attendeesAcceptance or corrections to previous meeting minutesActions to be taken including the next stepsThe person assigned to each actionCheckpoint on tasks/progressThe voting outcomes (if there are any)Watch ItThis meeting meeting took place on January 28th, 2016, at 3pm. The participant’s names are Sarah, Eleanor,and Julie. Click here to read a transcript of this video.https://lianza.org.nz/5-minutes-taking-minutes

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