- What are the four purposes of meetings, as outlined by Dwyer?
- What do you need to decide BEFORE the meeting?
- What does the opportunity to contribute give to members of a meeting?
- What are the five basic considerations to keep in mind when planning a meeting? (put them in your own words)
- What are some disadvantages of meetings?
- What is the benefit of ‘informal meetings’?
- Outline the key role of a Chairperson.
- Summarise the role and purpose of a ‘committee’ as stated by Dwyer.
- What are the two main responsibilities of meeting attendees?
- Describe Tropman’s Agenda Bell.
- Summarise the key rules of focussing a group. (There are five. TIP: don’t just retype them – put them in your words)
- What is a ‘quorum’?
- How does the Chairperson maintain order?
- What is the process for a ‘Motion’?
- What can members of the meeting say if things are taking too long regarding a Motion?
- Who holds a casting vote in the case of a tie?
- Does the Chairperson always vote?
- What is a proxy?
- Who takes the Minutes?
- When do participants receive the Agenda?
- What does ‘other business’ refer to?
- When are Minutes written up (usually?) (TIP: See Dwyer 2009, p. 246)
- What are the common roles played by problem people at meetings?
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