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MEETING JEOPARDY. Answer. This outline helps keep meetings on track. Question. What is an agenda?. Answer. Reading and approval of the minutes occurs in what type of meeting?. Question. What is formal?. Answer.

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MEETING

JEOPARDY


Answer

  • This outline helps keep meetings on track.


Question

  • What is an agenda?


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  • Reading and approval of the minutes occurs in what type of meeting?


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  • What is formal?


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  • What group of people should provide input in meeting location, time, and agenda items?


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  • Who is the committee? Who are meeting attendees?


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  • These items should be secured prior to the meeting.


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  • What are meeting equipment and supplies (i.e. overhead projector, pens, paper, etc.)?


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  • These steps are common in non-formal meetings.


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  • What are Action Steps?


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  • These are guidelines that help to protect the rights of each committee member.


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  • What are ground rules?


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  • You should do this carefully before responding to someone’s comments.


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  • What is listen?


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  • When everyone can agree on an issue to move the meeting forward.


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  • What is consensus?


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  • Doing this ensures that punctual members are not punished for tardy members.


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  • What is starting on time?


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  • This should be stated at the beginning of the meeting.


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  • What is the purpose?


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  • Name at least two decisions that groups should make at first meetings.


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  • (See first meeting group decision handouts for various answers)


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  • This person is responsible for facilitating discussions.


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  • Who is the Chair or Leader?


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  • This is done when discussions become stagnant.


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  • What is table?


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  • Giving assignments or asking questions before the meeting does this.


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  • What is create interest?


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  • The chair should maintain this tone at all times.


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  • What is stay positive?


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  • This type of person loves to argue in meetings.


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  • Who is the conflict causer?


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  • This type of person makes an excellent chair.


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  • Who is the Meeting Maker?


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  • You can count on this person to help keep your meetings on task.


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  • Who is the Meeting Mover?


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  • This type of person loves for the meeting to loose focus.


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  • Who is the Meeting Killer?


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  • This person is neutral and comes in to help with difficult situations.


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  • Who is a facilitator?


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  • This is effective in determining how meetings can improve.


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  • What is evaluation?


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  • Always end on what?


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  • What is time?


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  • Having this after the meeting fosters team building.


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  • What is social interaction?


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  • These are very popular and help to end the meeting on a positive note.


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  • What are affirmations?


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  • These help facilitate tasks occurring at certain times.


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  • What are deadlines?


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  • These should be sent soon after the meeting.


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  • What are meeting minutes?


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  • Along with the time, this should be stated in the follow-up letter.


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  • What is the next meeting time?


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  • This person should be responsible for sending the minutes and follow-up letter.


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  • Who is the secretary?


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  • Other than the minutes and follow-up letter, what else should be sent to members?


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  • What is a list of action items and assignments?


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  • This is good to do to remind attendees of their assigned tasks and to communicate with absent members.


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  • What is follow-up?


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