Nancy Sylvester is a Professional Registered Parliamentarian, a Certified Professional Parliamentarian, and a Certified Teacher of Parliamentary Procedure, making her one of only 19 in the country with her level of designations. She is currently the National Parliamentarian for the National Association of Parliamentarians. She is a professor emeritus at Rock Valley College in Illinois, and an active speaker at conferences and seminars. She has appeared in the New York Times, Meeting Professional magazine, Successful Meetings magazine and Mastering Meetings from 3M.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Robert's Rulesby Nancy Sylvester
Perfect for the new president of a small group or the chairman of a large formal meeting, this guide explains everything from the ladder of motions to how to use Robert's Rules for any size or type of meeting. Expert parliamentarian Nancy Sylvester helps tailor the most popular form of parliamentary procedure today
The authority on how to effectively run a meeting.
Perfect for the new president of a small group or the chairman of a large formal meeting, this guide explains everything from the ladder of motions to how to use Robert's Rules for any size or type of meeting. Expert parliamentarian Nancy Sylvester helps tailor the most popular form of parliamentary procedure today to meet any organization's needs.
? Approximately 95% of all clubs, organizations, and governments use Robert's Rules of Order as their authority
? Author is one of the few certified parliamentary experts in the country
? Includes sample minutes, a sample agenda, and a full version of Robert's Rules for reference
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