"Sample Meeting Evaluation Form"

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Strategic Facilitation
Handout: Sample Meeting Evaluation Form
You can use or adapt this form for written feedback on a meeting.
1. Was the purpose of the meeting clearly stated?
Yes
No
2. Did you have a chance to give input to the agenda?
Yes
No
3. Was the agenda available before the meeting?
Yes
No
4. Was the agenda followed?
Yes
No
5. Were the meeting objectives met?
Yes
No
6. Were my personal objectives met?
Yes
No
7. Was everyone encouraged to participate?
Yes
No
8. Which part of the meeting was most important to you?
9. Which part of the meeting was least valuable to you?
10. What recommendations do you have for improving future meetings?
This material has been created for the Infopeople Project [infopeople.org], supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the
provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Any use of this material should credit the
funding source.
Strategic Facilitation
Handout: Sample Meeting Evaluation Form
You can use or adapt this form for written feedback on a meeting.
1. Was the purpose of the meeting clearly stated?
Yes
No
2. Did you have a chance to give input to the agenda?
Yes
No
3. Was the agenda available before the meeting?
Yes
No
4. Was the agenda followed?
Yes
No
5. Were the meeting objectives met?
Yes
No
6. Were my personal objectives met?
Yes
No
7. Was everyone encouraged to participate?
Yes
No
8. Which part of the meeting was most important to you?
9. Which part of the meeting was least valuable to you?
10. What recommendations do you have for improving future meetings?
This material has been created for the Infopeople Project [infopeople.org], supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the
provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Any use of this material should credit the
funding source.