The chairperson’s objective is to get meeting business done while making sure that the process is fair and legal. Even the most challenging chairing situations can be resolved – find out for yourselves when we have fun with CHF BC’s favorite chairing nightmares!
2:30 am – 4:45 pm
Co-operative Housing Education Conference – Westin Wall Centre, Richmond.
A good chairperson thinks on their feet and multi-tasks. In any meeting there’s a lot going on that requires your attention and immediate action. Things can unravel quickly when one or more members throw the chairperson a curve ball.
We thought it would be fun to share some of CHF BC ‘s worst case chairing scenarios. Come with your chairperson hat on because we’re going to put you right to work on tackling chairing nightmares. This workshop promises some healthy competition, role play and a lot of laughter! You’ll take home some tips and tools to help navigate even the most challenging meeting.
Workshop facilitator: Kerry Panter
Kerry’s work in the housing co-operative sector spans twenty-five years. As Member Services Director Kerry joins her CHF BC colleagues in providing support for Model Rules 2.0 and assisting co-ops with the challenge of end of operating agreements. Kerry often assists with the development of CHF BC governance materials. As a consultant, Kerry chairs meetings, facilitates governance workshops, and provides consultation and conflict resolution to co-ops experiencing difficulties.