Formal meetings are one of many ways available to connect, learn together and make decisions - but meetings need to be engaging, purposeful and interesting.
Whether on-line or in-person, an effective meeting needs planning with advance information, an agenda, opportunities for discussion and questions and a start and end time. The elements of a meeting that will keep participants coming back are all contained in meeting facilitation offerings.
Robert's Rule of Order
The Basics. This sheet provides an overview of the basic principles, definitions, procedures, and more.
Robert’s Rules of Order Cheat Sheet. Meeting facilitators with little experience may find it helpful to keep a cheat sheet on parliamentary procedure at their fingertips during a meeting.
An example script used by the presiding officer. With an agenda and knowledge of the business at hand before the meeting, a plan can turn into a script like the following example that following Robert’s Rules and will enable you to preside like a pro.
Robert's Rules Presentation Slides. A more visual (and less boring) visual presentation of Robert's Rule of Order.
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