The Personal Meeting Planner
Having an overview of all meeting notes, which makes it easy to look up your assigned tasks, notes etc. in one book.
All in one book
Be organized and put an end to your mess of meeting notes – Say goodbye to all your loose notes and different notebooks you have on your desk, where you don't know where to find your written notes you took last meeting.
Always be prepared for upcoming meetings – From time to time you need to remember what conclusion was drawn in the last meeting. With one glance into your structured Meeting Book, you will be able to find notes you took weeks ago. It does not matter which meeting is up; you just need one book.
You get a clear and pre-set structure to write down your meeting notes in the right way.
This part gives you space to rate how productive the meeting was. This way makes it quite obvious if anything didn´t work out and makes you think about what could be changed.
Because of the simple but structured layout, it´s much easier to get started and a use out of it straight away.
Follow up your assigned tasks, notes and open points to get them done before the next meeting.
Note important points before the meeting, write down the page from the previous meeting, transfer open points and check if assigned tasks from the last meeting are still open
Write down on which page you will find the different meetings you had, it will give you an overview where to find notes you´re looking for, even weeks later.
You can use it to write down the page of previous meeting regarding the same topic/project for faster look-up.
2. MEETING NAME:
Name of the meeting.
Date of the meeting.
Duration of the meeting.
5. IMPORTANT POINTS:
Important points that have come up before and during the meeting which need to be sorted.
6. OPEN POINTS:
Points which were not enclosed during the meeting.
7. ASSIGNED TASKS:
Tasks assigned to you in the meeting.
8. MEETING RATING:
How productive and useful was the meeting?
General notes regarding the meeting.
10. IMPRESSIONS OF THE MEETING:
Pros and Cons you sorted out during the meeting. It is useful for the following meetings to check if your concerns have been sorted or not.
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