After a governing board or committee meeting, your clerk (also known as your 'governance professional') will send you the minutes for initial approval.
Use this checklist to make sure they're good-quality minutes that accurately represent the meeting, and will therefore help make sure your board is effective.
If you spot an error or have any comments or feedback, let the clerk know. They'll either:
- Make any minor amendments before sending the minutes to all governors who attended
- Note down any proposed significant changes for discussion and approval at the next governing board meeting
Read more about the process of amending and approving draft meeting minutes.