Communication, Meetings & Volunteerism HOA Seminar via Live Webcast
This session is designed to help you understand the components of effective communication. Learn how to recruit and maximize volunteer involvement in your community association by improving board communications, conducting effective meetings and building community spirit. You will learn the different types, purposes, and requirements of association meetings as well as how to prepare for and run an effective meeting, holding elections and what should and shouldn’t be included in meeting minutes. Join us for this informative session on communication and help ensure that all of your association meetings are organized and productive.
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