Authors as Published

Martha A. Walker, Ph.D., Community Viability Specialist, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Dawn Barnes, Family & Consumer Sciences Senior Agent, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Megan M. Seibel, Ph.D., Extension Specialist, Virginia Cooperative Extension; and Andy Seibel, Ed.S., Associate Extension Specialist, Virginia Cooperative Extension

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Meetings often become stressful and chaotic when a group is attempting to make a decision. Disorganized meetings result in arguments among participants, inappropriate decisions, and people leaving the meeting feeling confused and frustrated. A basic understanding of parliamentary procedure leads to organized meetings and positive decision making experiences for participants.

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Publication Date

March 23, 2018