Below is a list from a board president on how to make successful monthly meetings. The article was published by The Educational Community for Homeowners (ECHO). ECHO is a nonprofit membership corporation dedicated to assisting California homeowners associations
Read the full excerpt from ECHO here: https://www.echo-ca.org/blogs/6-elements-successful-monthly-meeting
Tim Polk, past President of the Roundtree Homeowners Association in Calidornia identified the following elements of a successful monthly meeting:
Starting with a Plan
Priorities in Order
Focus on Results
Controlled Homeowner Input
Fun and Enjoyable
How do you help your volunteer leads have a productive meeting? Leave some tips in the comment section below.
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