Firstly, note down the basic information of a board meeting, including the start time, the topic, and such. Then, go over reports and review the meeting minutes in the last boarding meeting. Members should decide whether to approve or amend those pending approvals. New business and future action steps will be discussed after that. Close the template with the submission and approval of minutes.
Identify problems and plan for the future. The members will review all issues and then discuss items reserved by the preceding meeting and the current one.
The board must approve the minutes from the last meeting.
Review items that the board has previously discussed and are ready for formal approval.
New business might include reports from the CEO, the finance department, or other department leads.
Minute taker must submit the minutes for approval by the Board Chair or meeting facilitator.