BEC中级真题第5辑：Test 2-Part Three(3)
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I think many senior executives think it's an administrative matter that is beneath them.
So what's you suggest?
Well, for a start, it can be more sensible to think through agendas on an annual rather than an individual meeting basis so that routine issues are on the agenda for just a couple of the year's meetings rather than for every one of them.
A lot of routine points are there because they are always there and people then get bogged down discussing those with the result that there isn't enough time to discuss what really needs to be talked through at this high level.
Any other key advice you'd give?
Well, yes, I'd remind people that what happens after the meeting is of great importance too. A meeting is only as good as its follow-up.
Ideally, minutes should be distributed within twenty-four hours of the meeting both to people who were at the meeting and those who were not able to attend.
Otherwise people who were there won't be able to check whether the minutes represent a true and accurate version of what was said.
And they must be accurate so they can be signed off quickly at the next board meeting. Thank you.