Board Leadership Development Workshop - Part 1 - Introduction
Our 2019 Board leadership training format is a bit different than what we've offered in the past.
The in-person overview is a free event. If you choose to take the online portion of the program, and receive the materials, there is a charge associated with it. You may register for the online workshop course, and subsequent materials, by going to the following link: https://www.caionline.org/LearningCenter/Education-for-Homeowners/Pages/default.aspx.
If you choose to pay for the online portion of the program, you will be able to complete the program on your own time and at your own pace. We will help get you going by offering this 2 hour live, classroom introduction program. Please keep in mind that taking the online course is at your discretion and not mandatory to attend this event.
The page you're currently on is to register for the live, classroom introduction program only.
We encourage you to bring the toolbox (the information that you are sent once you register for the online course) with you to the live, classroom program, if you have it. The toolbox is only given to those that register for the online course. You do not need it for this introduction program.
The in-person program will go over some fundamentals that board members need to know. The online program goes more in depth.
Whether you live in a condominium, homeowners association (HOA) or other type of community, the Board Leadership Development Workshop highlights what every board member needs to know to serve effectively. The workshop consists of five modules:
- Module 1: Governing Documents and Roles & Responsibilities. To start you on the right path, Module 1 helps you understand the legal authority for your association. It also clarifies the duties and responsibilities of each board member and the professionals who are available to assist the board.
- Module 2: Communications, Meetings and Volunteerism. Module 2 helps you learn how to maximize volunteer involvement in your community association by improving board communications, conducting effective meetings and building community spirit.
- Module 3: Fundamentals of Financial Management. Module 3 introduces the fundamentals of association financial management, including guidelines for protecting your association’s assets, preparing a budget, planning for the future and collecting assessments.
- Module 4: Professional Advisors and Service Providers. Because putting together the right team to support your association can be challenging, Module 4 provides practical tips on finding, evaluating and hiring qualified professional advisors and service providers.
- Module 5: Association Rules and Conflict Resolution. Module 5 explores guidelines for making reasonable association rules, enforcing rules fairly and resolving conflict effectively.
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