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Conducting Meetings: A Primer for Condominium Association Leaders, Online Training Format

SKU: 545
$19.00

*Includes Applicable 2016 Legislative Updates

Conducting Meetings: A Primer for Condominium Association LeadersA condominium is more than just a residence. It is a community of individuals who, because they share ownership of common property, must work together to ensure that the value of that property holds and the quality of life in their community remains high. Condominium owners’ common interests require that residents and the leaders who serve them meet regularly to discuss how best to manage and maintain the property. In fact, Florida law closely regulates condominium association meetings, including such details as how often they must be held, how participants must be notified, and how business must be conducted. The complex rules that regulate meetings of condominium association boards, unit owners, and committees can be daunting even to experienced association leaders. That’s one reason why “Conducting Meetings” is such a valuable course for all condominium owners. In clear, direct language, the course teaches association leaders and condominium residents not only the many state regulations they must comply with but also strategies for conducting effective, productive meetings that help to build well-managed condominium communities (Discounts are available for Condominium Boards or Property Management Companies by calling us at 1-800-521-9667).

TARGET AUDIENCE
Directors, Officers, and Managers of condominium and homeowners’ associations.

TIME TO COMPLETE
105-120 minutes

PURPOSE
To instruct Directors, Officers, and managers of condominium and homeowners’ associations in how to conduct effective and productive meetings that satisfy the requirements of the Florida statutes governing condominiums.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After completing this course, the learner will be able to:

  • articulate and adhere to state regulations regarding notification requirements for condominium association board of director meetings;
  • plan effective board of director meetings for condominium associations;
  • manage condominium association board of director meetings so that they are productive and compliant with all state regulations and association bylaws;
  • organize condominium unit owner meetings so that all requirements of statutes and bylaws are met, especially with respect to requirements for proper notification, unit owner participation, and elections; and
  • set up, plan, and conduct condominium association committee and budget meetings in a manner consistent with applicable statutes and condominium association bylaws.



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  1. Planning and Preparing for Condominium Association Board of Director Meetings
  2. Conducting Condominium Association Board of Directors Meetings Properly
  3. Planning and Participating in Condominium Unit Owner Meetings
  4. Planning and Conducting Committee and Budget Meetings for Condominium Associations



FORMS INCLUDED
Condominium Meetings Reference Chart
Sample Limited Proxy Form

FLORIDA REGULATORY COUNCIL OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGERS
This course (approval number: 9626082) has been approved for 2.00 hours of continuing education credit in the areas of HR or ELECTIVES (ONLINE) by the Regulatory Council of Community Association Managers of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. For more information about continuing education for Community Association Managers, visit the Council's homepage at www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/pro/cam/index.html


Conducting Meetings: A Primer for Condominium Association Leaders

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Instructions
    • THE HUMAN EQUATION, INC. - TERMS OF USE
      • Page 1, 2
  • Course Objectives
  • Chapter 2: Introduction
    • Page 3, 4, 5, 6
  • Chapter 3: Planning Board of Director Meetings
    • Page 7
    • How Frequently Must Board Meetings Be Held?
      • Page 8
    • When to Hold Board Meetings
      • Page 9
    • Providing Notice of Meetings to Board Members
      • Page 10, 11
    • Providing Notice of Board Meetings to Unit Owners
      • Page 12
    • Providing Notice for Meetings
      • Page 13, 14
    • Providing Notice of Meetings: Consideration of Special Assessment
      • Page 15, 16, 17
    • Board Meetings: Who May Attend?
      • Page 18
    • Meetings with an Attorney
      • Page 19, 20
    • What Role May Unit Owners Play at Board Meetings?
      • Page 21
    • Can Meetings Be Recorded?
      • Page 22
    • What about Meetings Conducted over the Phone?
      • Page 23, 24, 25
  • Chapter 4: Planning Board Meetings
    • Page 26
    • Defining the Purpose
      • Page 27
    • Keep Meetings as Short as Possible
      • Page 28
    • Informational Meetings
      • Page 29
    • Problem-Solving Meeting
      • Page 30, 31
    • Inviting the Right People
      • Page 32
    • Set Expectations for Presenters
      • Page 33
    • Developing an Agenda
      • Page 34, 35, 36, 37, 38
  • Chapter 5: Conducting Board Meetings
    • Page 39
    • Where Should Board Meetings be Held?
      • Page 40
    • Come Prepared
      • Page 41
    • Start on Time
      • Page 42
    • Following the Agenda
      • Page 43, 44
    • Board Member Decorum
      • Page 45
    • Beginning the Meeting
      • Page 46
    • Approving the Minutes
      • Page 47
    • Reports
      • Page 48
    • Taking Action
      • Page 49
    • Format for Resolutions
      • Page 50
    • Resolution to Adopt Online Voting System
      • Page 51, 52, 53
    • Open Forum for Unit Owners
      • Page 54
    • Unfinished and New Business
      • Page 55
    • Adjourning the Meeting
      • Page 56, 57, 58
  • Chapter 6: Unit Owner Meetings
    • Page 59
    • Special Meetings
      • Page 60
    • Notification Requirements
      • Page 61, 62, 63
    • Annual Meetings that Include Elections: First Notice
      • Page 64
    • Annual Meetings that Include Elections: Second Notice
      • Page 65
    • Meeting to Consider Resolution to Adopt Online Voting System
      • Page 66, 67
    • Conducting a Unit Owner Meeting
      • Page 68
    • Unit Owner Participation
      • Page 69
    • Proxies
      • Page 70, 71, 72
    • Declaration of Condominium vs. the Condominium Act
      • Page 73
    • Information on a Proxy
      • Page 74, 75, 76
    • General Discussion
      • Page 77
    • Adjourning a Meeting
      • Page 78
    • Meeting Minutes
      • Page 79
    • Outgoing Board and Committee Members
      • Page 80, 81, 82, 83
  • Chapter 7: Committee and Budget Meetings
    • Page 84
    • Executive Committees
      • Page 85
    • Eligibility for Service on an Executive Committee
      • Page 86
    • Responsibility for a Committee’s Actions
      • Page 87
    • What Committees Cannot Do
      • Page 88
    • Requirements for Committee Meetings
      • Page 89, 90
    • Requirements for Committee Meetings: Advisory Committees
      • Page 91, 92
    • Budget Meetings
      • Page 93
    • Notice Requirements for Budget Meetings
      • Page 94, 95
    • Notices on the Property for Budget Meetings
      • Page 96
    • Special Budget Meetings
      • Page 97
    • Special Budget Meetings
      • Page 98, 99, 100, 101
  • Chapter 8: Conclusion
    • Page 102, 103, 104
  • Chapter 9: Time to Review
    • Page 105