Registration is open for the November 6 session of Leadership 400: Taking the Reins
REALTOR® Leadership Program: Leadership 400: Taking the Reins is scheduled for Wednesday, November 6, at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in San Francisco. Get a boost on your leadership term with this day-long program.
- What? Leadership 400: Taking the Reins; an interactive course, customized for presidents and presidents-elect.
- Who? Volunteer Leaders (AEs are also welcome)
- When? Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
- Where? Moscone Center West, San Francisco
- Cost? $300 for full program
- How to register? Registration is open at www.Register.realtor
- More Information? nar.realtor/RLPL400
- Questions? Contact Laurie Oken: RLP@realtors.org or 312.329.8307
Taking the Reins
This new course is designed for presidents and presidents-elect to better understand their responsibilities during their year in office. This highly interactive blended learning course will help prepare new presidents and presidents-elect to take on the position with confidence in a combination of online pre-work and a live 7 hour session.
You’ll learn powerful approaches to managing meetings, group decision making, governance principles, risk management and a number of other topics that will help you lead your association to success.
How does a president support the board to fulfill its duties?
- Governance Principles
How do boards apply good governance?
- Case study analysis on governance issues
How do groups make good decisions?
- Types of decisions
- Group decision-making questions
How do associations achieve long-term goals?
- Situation-based activity
- Tips for achieving long-term goals
How do boards effectively manage risk?
- Organizing for risk management
- Risk maps and risk registers
How do presidents chair great meetings?
- Board agendas
- Mock meeting practice sessions
How do presidents build relationships during conflict?
- Principles for leading through conflict
- Relationship principles in action
By the end of this program, you will be able to:
1. Explain the principles on which good governance is based
2. Identify elements that impact effective board governance
3. Assess the board’s ability to adhere to governance principles
4. Identify and eliminate barriers to achieving the association’s long-term goals
5. Recognize, prepare for and address risk
6. Provide input on and use an agenda effectively during meetings
7. Apply ground rules when chairing meetings
8. Facilitate motions and amendments that lead to good decision making
9. Chair effective meetings and handle meeting challenges as they arise
10. Manage issues in the context of relationships