planner. Monday , July 17th , 2017 - 21:58:48 PM
Some people might think they have a pretty good idea in their head already of what they spend and how much they make. That could be, but putting it on paper somehow makes it more real.
Take campaign timings. Depending on your messages and targets, working around popular holidays, quiet periods and political, economic or social events can make a big difference to the amount of time and attention people have for your comms.
4. Have a "cut-off" time for agenda items and make sure everyone knows the cut-off time and then also "publish" the distribution time for the agenda. So, for example, it would work like this: The minute taker would let everyone know that items for the agenda must be with the minute taker by, say, noon on Wednesday, the agendas will be sent out (by the minute taker) at say, 4.00pm Wednesday (allowing time for the pre-meeting meeting with the chair) and the meeting will be held at 3.00pm Thursday. Everyone would know the timetable for every meeting and then no-one has any excuse not to follow the timetable.
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