Today I’m sharing with you the best piece of advice I ever got about how to document decisions that were made at an in-person meeting where no minute taker was present. We often make decisions in conversations over coffee (tea for me!), at a lunch meeting, or around the water cooler, but we don’t always take the time to document those decisions.
Doing what I suggest doing in today’s podcast will empower you to clearly and confidently know that things that you’ve agreed to do and what another person has agreed to do so that you can both hold each other able for the agreements you’ve made.
Have a listen and let me know you’re thoughts below. What’s your best piece advice?
One addition I would add is this podcast (which I’m not going to re-record!) is this: Make sure you communicate in your email that you’re expecting a response from the personal to either correct or affirm the information.
Carmen, through teaching, speaking, pastoring, blogging, and podcasting, invests in others so they can lead and live better. She is the founder of LEAD Women Ministries, ordained with the PAOC, an Associate Pastor at Westside Pentecostal Church, holds an MA in Leadership & Management, and she can often be found collaborating with other leaders or organizations on projects where there are outcomes to grow people’s confidence, competence, and character.