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Internal meeting wrap up

Here's a fantastic way to boost team morale, highlight the main meeting points, and break away from the typical email bullet-point list of action items.

You can summarise just by talking, but if you have any recordings from the meeting, you could also add those in to spice things up and give those who missed the meeting a chance to see the summary in context.

Key information



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Email, Internal Channels


Driving strategy


Internal Comms

Video outputs

The template

Wrap up and summarise your meeting

What is this project about?
This is an awesome way to summarise your meeting's purpose, key takeaways, and action points.

It can boost your profile within your team and across the business, showing that you're taking ownership of the discussed work.

Keep it upbeat, friendly, and positive, and you'll see how well your team responds to this form of communication. It's a refreshing change from the usual email bullet points!

What do I need to do?

  • Start by explaining the purpose of the meeting (succinctly)

  • Keep it short. Nobody wants to relive the meeting, this should just be about thanking everyone for their participation and summarising any key takeaways and action points

  • Keep it friendly, warm and positive.

How do I upload?
This is the Seenit platform that we'll be using to film, upload and edit your clips. Any the questions, or "scenes" below, and you can then edit them into a quick video to share over email and any other internal channels.

What next?
Share the finished product over your channels of choice.

Story closes in 1 day

Film in landscape

Keep clips under 1 min

Please choose a scene to upload to

Summarise the purpose of the meeting and list out the key takeaways
List out any action points and who will own them
Thank everyone for their participation and remind them of the next steps

Give this template a try

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Top tips for running this project:

  1. Keep it short and simple - if you need to go into detail you can add that in the body of your message
  2. Remember to summarise the purpose of the meeting, especially if there are people who weren't able to attend
  3. Keep your message to under 1 minute to really retain your viewer's attention

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