Does your community have a disaster plan?...Speaking of younger family members, most schools have an emergency communication plan...Likewise, working adults should check with their employer for the plans for their workplace
Establish a strategic Planning schedule that is deliberate, collaborative, and builds synergies among you, your leadership team, and the Board. The process of developing a strategic plan is just that, a process.
In setting out to develop a strategic plan for your organization or community, one of the first tasks is identifying who will be working with you to lead the effort – your Strategic Planning Committee.
Lifesavers: Protecting the Most Vulnerable Residents in Your Community HOAs and other nongovernmental organizations in the U.S. must take a leadership position in disaster planning to save lives. The efforts of local, state, and federal governments will break down and becomes useless if their plans do not reach and interface with residents of communities
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★ PLAN – Get the knowledge you need to plan not only for a successful 2019, but for years to come ★ APPLY – Receive a complimentary copy of the Law Seminar proceedings to use as reference.
Think Ahead to Stay Ahead: Strategic Planning for Community Success The strategic challenges in operating, governing, and maintaining facilities in our communities have never been more demanding nor more in need of a visionary plan. This session will explain the strategic planning process and how it directly affects your community
Plan. Don’t leave anything to chance The next step is to create detailed and thorough plans
★ PLAN – Get the knowledge you need to plan not only for a successful 2019, but for years to come...Know how to plan for the next five years in the practice of association law