Agenda Templates for Every Event
Download the right agenda template for your meeting, customize it to your team's needs, add your own elements, and share it in advance. Stay on track with these editable meeting agenda templates for all types of meetings.
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Meeting agenda templates
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Quarterly Planning Meeting Agenda Template
Compare with previous quarter, revisit the annual, and decide on this quarter plan as a team.
Sales Team Meeting Agenda Template
Share progress and key metrics, celebrate wins, reflect on losses, and discuss blockers with the team.
Brainstorming Meeting Agenda Template
Communicate session rules, prepare materials, assign roles, and get ready to capture ideas from everyone.
Team Meeting Agenda Template
Share group progress, discuss new topics, generate ideas, and keep the team in the loop.
Board Meeting Agenda Template
Attend to outstanding business, move to proceedings, make announcements, and adjourn session for the board.
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What is a meeting agenda?
The agenda is a written/typed plan of the meeting, created by the meeting organizer/facilitator and shared with the members before or during the meeting. <br>It is an organized list for the activities and points of discussion that participants are planning to accomplish during their meeting. <br>A meeting agenda typically includes bullet points of the topics to be discussed, decisions to be made, and activities to be accomplished. <br>An effective agneda acts as a prior notice of what to be discussed, sets expectations and roles, keeps meeting attendees focused, and prevents derailments, resulting in a productive and efficient meeting. <br>Board agendas are more formal, with timings, dates, reports, and the like. <br>Boards of directors, community boards, and teams of all sizes resort to a meeting agenda software instead of the traditional way of using a meeting minutes template shared via Google docs or the like.