We're Open

0% Plagiarism Guaranteed & Custom Written

1.1 Identify the type, purpose, objectives, and background to a meeting

Unit 9: Chair and Lead Meetings

Unit reference number: Y/506/1924 QCF level: 3

Credit value: 3

Guided learning hours: 10

Unit type: Competence

Every business will have meetings to give staff the opportunity to come together to determine business goals, plans for achieving goals and who will do what and when. 1.1 Identify the type, purpose, objectives, and background to a meeting

Unit summary: Unit 9: Chair and Lead Meetings

In this unit, you will learn how to prepare to lead meetings to ensure that the meeting is effective. The better prepared you are the better the results you can expect. You will be able to chair a meeting ensuring everyone’s involvement and that it has a focus that allows it to have the desired outcome. You will also be able to deal with those matters that arise after the meeting to ensure that the documentation is accurate and distributed to the correct people, and be able to reflect on the meeting to suggest how it could be done better in the future

Learning outcomes and assessment criteria

To pass this unit, the learner needs to demonstrate that they can meet all the learning outcomes for the unit. The assessment criteria outline the requirements the learner is expected to meet to achieve the unit.

Learning outcomes                                      Assessment criteria

1

Be able

to

prepare to lead meetings

1.1 Identify the type, purpose, objectives, and background to a meeting

1.2 Identify those individuals expected, and those required to attend a meeting

1.3 Prepare for any formal procedures that apply to a meeting

1.4 Describe ways of minimising likely problems in a meeting

1.5 Take action to ensure that meeting documentation is prepared correctly and distributed to the agreed people within the agreed timescale

2

Be able

to

chair and lead meetings

2.1     Follow business conventions in the conduct of a meeting

2.2     Facilitate meetings so that everyone is involved and the optimum possible consensus is achieved

2.3     Manage the agenda within the timescale of the meeting

2.4     Summarise the agreed actions, allocated responsibilities, timescales and any future arrangements

3

Be able matters

to

deal with post-meeting

3.1     Take action to ensure that accurate records of a meeting are produced and distributed in the agreed format and timescale

3.2     Take action to ensure that post- meeting actions are completed

3.3     Evaluate the effectiveness of a meeting and identify points for future improvement

Information for tutors

Books
Suggested resources

Gutmann, J. – Taking Minutes of Meetings (Creating Success) (Kogan Page, 2013) ISBN 9780749467241

Hood, J.H. – The How to Book of Meetings: A Complete Guide For Every Business

(WordCraft Global Pty Ltd, 2013) ISBN 9780987557520

Websites

www.businessballs.com – includes learning and planning resources on running meetings, workshops and presentations

www.managers.org.uk – the Chartered Institute of Management, offers practical advice on management issues with a range of online resources on management topics. Membership is required to access the materials

www.ksl-training.co.uk – KSL Training offers a range of free training resources, including resources for chairing and managing a meeting

www.youtube.com – range of videos providing advice on chairing meetings (use the search function to find appropriate videos)

Assessment

This unit is internally assessed. To pass this unit the evidence that the learner presents for assessment must demonstrate that they have met the required standard specified in the learning outcomes and assessment criteria and the requirements of the Assessment Strategy.

To ensure that the assessment tasks and activities enable learners to produce valid, sufficient, authentic and appropriate evidence that meets the assessment criteria, centres should apply the Unit Assessment guidance and the requirements of the Assessment Strategy below.

Wherever possible, centres should adopt a holistic approach to assessing the units in the qualification. This gives the assessment process greater rigour and minimises repetition, time and the burden of assessment on all parties involved in the process.

Unit assessment requirements

This unit must be assessed in the workplace in accordance with Skills CFA Business Administration, Customer Service and Management and Leadership Assessment Strategy in Annexe A. Simulation is not allowed for this unit. All evidence of occupational competence should be generated through performance under workplace conditions; this includes evidence of achievement for knowledge-based learning outcomes and associated assessment criteria

Unit assessment guidance

This guidance supports assessors in making decisions about how best to assess each unit and the evidence needed to meet the assessment requirements of the unit. Centres can adapt the guidance for learners and the particular assessment context, as appropriate.

There are opportunities to assess this unit holistically with the following units: Developing Working Relationships with Stakeholders and Negotiate in a Business Environment.

To achieve this unit, the learner must chair and lead meetings to achieve specific objectives, which may be to solve problems, take decisions, consult with people or to exchange information and knowledge. The meetings may be face to face or conducted remotely using appropriate technology. The meetings must have some element of formality to allow the learner to fully achieve the learning outcomes.

The main source of evidence to meet learning outcome 1 is a review of the learner’s work products supported by professional discussion and witness testimony. The learner’s work products could include meeting planning notes, notices of meeting, agendas and relevant communications (for example emails) sent to meeting attendees prior to the meeting (AC1.3 and AC1.5). These work products could be used as the basis for a professional discussion with the learner to meet the knowledge requirement of AC1.4, as well to evidence the learner’s knowledge and understanding underpinning their performance. For example, within the professional discussion the learner could explain how they identified the purpose, background, objectives and attendees for the meetings they have chaired (AC1.1 and AC1.2). They could also explain any formal meeting procedures that they had to prepare for, and how they prepared for these. Some of the assessment criteria, for example, AC1.3 and AC1.5, may require witness testimony from the line manager or colleagues.

For learning outcome 2, the main source of evidence would come from direct observation of the learner chairing and leading meetings. This evidence should be supported by a review of the learner’s work products (for example action lists, minutes) and professional discussion around the learner’s chairing style and the strategies they used to manage the agenda and facilitate involvement. For AC2.1, business conventions in relation to meetings could include the organisation’s procedures and policies for meetings or generally accepted practice for conducting business meetings. Witness testimony from colleagues or the line manager would be useful to confirm competence over a period of time.

Evidence for learning outcome 3 would likely come from a combination of observation, review of work products and professional discussion. The learner’s work products could include minutes from the meetings chaired, notes/reports on the effectiveness of the meetings and action lists. In the professional discussion, the learner could explain the criteria they used to evaluate the effectiveness of the meetings and how the identified points for improvement will help them to develop their chairing skills in the future.

The use of a reflective account is a suitable alternative to professional discussion throughout the assessment of this unit.

Evidence of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can also be used within the unit to confirm competence.

Unit 9: Chair and Lead Meetings


100% Plagiarism Free & Custom Written,
Tailored to your instructions


International House, 12 Constance Street, London, United Kingdom,
E16 2DQ

UK Registered Company # 11483120


100% Pass Guarantee

STILL NOT CONVINCED?

We've produced some samples of what you can expect from our Academic Writing Service - these are created by our writers to show you the kind of high-quality work you'll receive. Take a look for yourself!

View Our Samples

corona virus stop
FLAT 50% OFF ON EVERY ORDER.Use "FLAT50" as your promo code during checkout