Ever been part of a meeting that collapsed in confusion? Or one that seemed like you were slogging through molasses? Or one where you finally ended, but were not sure what was accomplished? Chances are participants had little comprehension of parliamentary procedure. Especially if you are asked to chair a meeting, it is good to understand what’s available in the tool kit called Robert’s Rules of Order.
Whether you are on a municipal council, a church committee, a non-profit board, a public commission, or involved in some other agency, you will benefit from an hour spent clarifying how best to make decisions, and what blunders to avoid.
Saturday, January 26th
USS Eisenhower Room
Adams County Library System