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  • Scribe Meetings

  • Jordan Yeager
    Chief Scribe

    Looking for good ideas for scribe meetings. Every three months I gather with my sites and while there are things to discuss and go over, I am always open to new ideas regarding team building exercises and ways to get to know each other more.

    Let me know!!

    Hey Jordan,

    I am interested in team building exercises too.  I have a friend that took a group to a local makerspace for his staff and they went and built stuff as a team.  Apparently it was really fun and the cost isn’t crazy, $100 for a group of 6-16.  Here is the website he sent me.


    I don’t know where you are located but there are probably similar organizations in your area!

    Gary B. Glass
    Executive Management Team

    We’ve done a few bowling outings at HQ and they’ve been a big success. They start out a bit goofy, but pretty quickly everyone is just mingling at laughing at each other’s bowling skills. Good luck!

    Michael Melnick
    Regional Manager

    Hi Jordan and Chasin,

    If you are looking for some general topics for an ASM, professionalism in the workplace is always a good one.  Marly had shared a great power point with me a few months back, I think one of her Chief Scribes made it.  It took me about an hour to get through just this for one of my sites that needed it.  For others I just picked and chose certain parts.

    Other great things to add are recognition slides, so it’s not all negative:

    • The month before the quarterly meeting, pick a scribe who has gone above and beyond (picking up shifts, been a mentor, great attitude etc) and get them the $10 Starbucks Gift Card that is built into your budget.  Just email and provide the scribe’s name and personal email.  I survey all my chief scribes once per quarter on this using THIS form.  Add a selfie of the scribe who was the winner.
    • Get a list of people who were accepted to Med School / PA School etc and give them a shout out.
    • Community Outreach: What we are doing this quarter and what ideas people might have for next quarter
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