WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Cooperative Volunteer Board Members
  • Professional Cooperative Managers
  • Industry Professionals such as lawyers, CPAs and leaders who service the housing cooperative community

 

DRESS

Casual attire is appropriate for all meetings and tours. Don’t forget to bring apparel for the Strut Your Stuff: Cooperative Pride Luncheon! The average high for October in Phoenix is 89 °F and the average low is  64 °F. We recommend bringing a light jacket or sweater for the duration of the event, as temperatures in meeting rooms may vary.

 

PROGRAM

The 2018 Program will focus on topics of interest including:
(subject to change):

Lending and Other Cooperative Financial Considerations

  • Discussion on lending options, budgeting and otherfinancial topics

Cooperative Governance and Ethical Issues

  • Governance issues
  • Discussions on ethical values
  • Development of governance plans

Marketing for the Future of Cooperatives

  • Marketing with the use of social media
  • Development of marketing plans and different methods of marketing

Enhanced Operational Programs for Cooperatives

  • Developing a Maintenance Improvement Plan
  • Discussion of enhancing other operational programs to take the next steps to a better equipped Cooperative

Legal and Legislative Issues

  • Discussions of legal issues, governmental issues and legislative issues

Registered Cooperative Managers

  • RCM Program Overview
  • Insurance Issues
  • HUD Issues
  • Legal Issues for Management
  • New Technologies in Management
  • RCM Roundtables

2018 ANNUAL MEETING

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About NAHC 2018

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Cooperative Volunteer Board Members
  • Professional Cooperative Managers
  • Industry Professionals such as lawyers, CPAs and leaders who service the housing cooperative community

 

DRESS

Casual attire is appropriate for all meetings and tours. Don’t forget to bring apparel for the Strut Your Stuff: Cooperative Pride Luncheon! The average high for October in Phoenix is 89 °F and the average low is  64 °F. We recommend bringing a light jacket or sweater for the duration of the event, as temperatures in meeting rooms may vary.

 

PROGRAM

The 2018 Program will focus on topics of interest including:
(subject to change):

Lending and Other Cooperative Financial Considerations

  • Discussion on lending options, budgeting and otherfinancial topics

Cooperative Governance and Ethical Issues

  • Governance issues
  • Discussions on ethical values
  • Development of governance plans

Marketing for the Future of Cooperatives

  • Marketing with the use of social media
  • Development of marketing plans and different methods of marketing

Enhanced Operational Programs for Cooperatives

  • Developing a Maintenance Improvement Plan
  • Discussion of enhancing other operational programs to take the next steps to a better equipped Cooperative

Legal and Legislative Issues

  • Discussions of legal issues, governmental issues and legislative issues

Registered Cooperative Managers

  • RCM Program Overview
  • Insurance Issues
  • HUD Issues
  • Legal Issues for Management
  • New Technologies in Management
  • RCM Roundtables