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How to Design Agendas for Meetings

Copyright Carter McNamara, Authenticity Consulting, LLC

Basic Advice for Developing Standard Meeting Agendas

Advice about designing agendas ranges from simple and straightforward to psychologically-based analysis of how people assemble, participate and learn from meetings. The following articles were selected for advice and samples for the most common and standard meeting formats.

How to Construct a Killer Meeting Agenda That is Simple and Effective (a good starter article)
7 Steps to The Perfect Meeting Agenda
How to Develop an Effective Meeting Agenda
How to Write a Meeting Agenda: 5 Items You Should Always Include
How to Write an Agenda for a Meeting
The Meeting Agenda Sample That’ll Help You Run Productive and Efficient Meetings
Effective Meeting Agendas with Examples

Templates for Drafting Standard Meeting Agendas

Templates from SmartSheet
Templates from
Google Docs template

Also consider
Board Meeting Agendas
Board Meeting Minutes
Facilitating Conflict
Facilitation Skills
Team Evaluation
Team Members
Team Role

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Library's Leadership Blog
Library's Supervision Blog
Library's Team Performance Blog

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