The book Effective Meetings A Practical Guide will be the topic du jour Thursday, Nov. 9 at the library at Hammond Bay Road in Nanaimo. (Submitted photo)

Effective meeting tips to be discussed at Nanaimo North Library branch

Effective Meetings: A Practical Guide by the late Bruce Partridge will be discussed

Better meeting management will be the topic of the day at the Nanaimo North Library on Thursday, Nov. 9.

Effective Meetings: A Practical Guide, written by the late Bruce Partridge, who worked in education administration and corporate law, will be discussed.

“In speaking directly to the person charged with chairing committee and board meetings … Partridge has come up with practical, clear strategies. These will lead you step-by-step to conducting meetings that do what they should – make decisions and have them carried out,” noted a press release.

Partridge’s widow May will be on hand. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.

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