planner. Thursday , June 01st , 2017 - 16:58:49 PM
Meeting notices act as an "early warning system" for your participants. You should use them regularly and give recipients plenty of lead time -- for example, at least a week. Avoid surprising people with a last-minute summons that disrupts their entire day. Be sure your meeting notice includes all key information:
Make sure that you get a circulated agenda in plenty of time to consider other items as well as your own.
This is the start of the agenda item but it could also indicate the duration of the item. This would naturally lead into the start time of the next item. This allows everyone to see the duration allotted to the agenda item and allows the chairperson to encourage attendees to keep to it.
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