How to create a great agenda
Firstly, lets define what is an agenda. An agenda is a list of topics or issues that will be discussed during a meeting. It helps attendees understand the purpose and goals of the meeting and come prepared to contribute to the discussion.
Here are some tips for creating and distributing an agenda in advance of a meeting:
Determine the purpose and goals of the meeting. This will help you identify the topics or issues that need to be discussed.
Organize the agenda in a logical order. This could be chronological, by importance, or by relevance to the purpose of the meeting.
Include a start and end time for each agenda item, as well as the name of the person responsible for leading the discussion.
Distribute the agenda with the meeting invite to all attendees at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting. This gives attendees time to review the agenda and come prepared to participate.
Include any necessary background information or materials that attendees will need to review in advance of the meeting.
Use mForce365 to create and share the agenda. This allows for easy updates and collaboration.
By creating and distributing an agenda in advance, you can help ensure that the meeting is productive and efficient, and that all attendees are prepared to contribute to the discussion.