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The Minuting of Meetings

Taking minutes of meetings is administrative good practice. It creates a record of what has been agreed, and by whom; and of what is to be done, by when and by whom.

ICSA: The Governance Institute has recently been looking at the minuting of meetings, and we were struck by the changes in practice that have developed over time. While traditionally the proper purpose of minutes has been to provide a long-term, internal record of company board meetings, for the benefit of the board, increasingly they are being seen as fulfilling additional functions.

Following the popularity of our launch event in September for the minute taking guidance, we have arranged another evening briefing. ICSA Policy and Research Director, Peter Swabey will look at the consultation findings and talk about the new guidance.

A printed version of the minute taking guidance note will be provided on the night.

Gain skills

Visit the minute-taking hub to further your minuiting skills with a training course, free guidance notes, workshops and more.

Price

£20+VAT, CPD: 1 hour

Date

To be confirmed

Price

£20+VAT, CPD: 1 hour

Date

To be confirmed

Timing

Doors open 6pm (for 6.30pm start), doors close 8.30pm