The first message I saw here today regarded the use of the word “Board” as a synonym for “Association “. ...Our tiny board has usurped the owner’s authority
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It is important for your whole Board to move together in the same direction. Each Board member is responsible for actively participating in and approving decisions that guide the organization’s strategic direction.
Serving on a nonprofit board of directors at condominium and homeowner associations isn't easy...What does a 'nice' Board look like?...Board members owe their organizations and even members of the public a duty of care
Please take a few moments to view the overview on the latest technology available for associations all over the nation. This is a 9 minute description of how Credit Reporting is being deployed by associations across the nation. View Overview Here: Credit Reporting Video
I can only speak for the board when the board has authorized me to do so. ...They elected you to the board (as a board member), and most likely your board elected you to the office you hold.
"The Board of Directors at each annual meeting shall elect or appoint a President (who shall be a director)" "The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Association" with these three phrases, how does this line up with your blog post? I am struggling to understand the Officer vs Director question in our board and Bylaws.
Oftentimes, the eligibility requirements for serving on a condominium association’s board of directors is overlooked during election season. ...This post will discuss the limitations on who may serve on the board of directors for a condominium association
I'm pressing to meet with the president of our Master Board
At least I had 3 1/2 years on the board before the presidency was thrust upon me!...I hope you have board support and a great site manager!!!...You have the CAI community and your board for support Keep it up!
This course shows you how to inspire the cooperation needed from board leaders and volunteers to achieve management goals. You’ll learn proven ways to motivate and guide community leaders and help board and committee members accomplish more at every meeting. Topics include: Strategies for building better relationships Preparing and running efficient meetings Motivating and guiding board members Encouraging interest and participation in committees Developing election procedures Organizing community records Course Materials In addition to a participant guide and digital access to bonus readings and materials, you will receive: The Board Secretary Meetings and Elections The ABCs of Parliamentary Procedure Course Length and Format Virtual Edition (Zoom): 2 days | 12-3 p.m
11-30-2023 12:00 - 12-01-2023 15:00 ET
If you are serving on a non-profit or community association board you have 10 key responsibilities to your fellow board members and the organization: 1) Fulfill the mission and purposes of the organization, and advocate for them. 2) Select the general manager or chief executive. 3) Support and evaluate the general manager or chief executive. 4) Ensure effective planning. 5) Monitor and strengthen programs and services. 6) Ensure adequate financial resources. 7) Protect assets and provide financial oversight. 8) Build and sustain a competent board. 9) Ensure legal and ethical integrity. 10) Enhance and organization’s public standing