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The person calling the meeting should clearly state what decision/s
will be made based on the meeting and that the decison/s will be
made regardless of who does and does not attend. If the person
calling the meeting is not in a position to make the decision,
someone else who is in that position should be calling it instead.
Any decision that requires a "quorum" to make is probably not
worth the electrons that will be consumed in announcing it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin McLauchlan" <kmclauchlan -at- safenet-inc -dot- com>
> Oh.... no, it's not my meeting. I rarely call meetings. It's one to which I
> get called... and called... and called... and I'd like to help the poor
> woman have a fighting chance, as well as give the other thousand-or-so
> employees a little reminder to either firmly reply that they're unavailable
> or firmly get their butts in the conference seats. :-)
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