“Can you Chair the Meeting, Please?” III

Points of order, machinery issues/motions, and rulings: this third article helps inexperienced Chairs of formal or semi-formal meetings understand them, and concludes our series – read the whole article here http://ethicalconsultingservices.wordpress.com/2017/11/07/chair-meeting-3/ from where you can also download a consolidation of all three articles.





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Posted on November 7, 2017, in organisational behaviour. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. The meetings notes are helpful for new people, and for people like me who have attended ALP meetings for 31 years and not been sure about the processes. thanks!


    • Thanks, Gillian!

      What would you suggest is next-most needed? I thought chairing came first, but I’m thinking “taking minutes” and/or “branch planning” need to be done.


  2. Stephen Robertson

    Well done.


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