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Our 2021 Annual Symposium and Expo will be in-person!

To ensure the safety of our attendees, we will be holding both a morning and an afternoon session filled with both educational content and the opportunity to meet with our exhibitors. Attendees will be able to attend ONE (either morning or afternoon) of the two sessions in-person. This will give all of our members the opportunity to attend a portion of the Expo in-person throughout the day. All attendees will be provided an opportunity to watch all educational sessions online after the Expo.

Managers, this means, you will have the opportunity to earn continuing educationpic credits for both the in-person and remote sessions (5 hours)!

Educational sessions throughout the day will vary so make sure when registering for the morning or afternoon, you are aware of the sessions you will be attending in-person vs. watching remotely.

If you do not feel comfortable attending the Expo in-person, you will be able to register to view all of the sessions remotely.

Pre-registration is required to attend as space will be limited. No registration will be taken on-site due to safety precautions.

Registration will open in June!

 


Schedule for the Day

Morning Sessions

Afternoon Sessions

Communication with Associations/
Condominiums

This session will focus on:
• Delivering difficult messages (crucial conversations)
• Positive perspective
• Difference of in-person vs. electronic messaging
• Types of meetings (virtual townhalls)

Changes in Contract Parameters and Insurance Policies

This session will review changes in contract parameters and insurance policies including the use of covering contracts and changes to documents, amendments and resolutions. The panel will also review the use of waivers and use the example of pool access to review these changes.

  

Use of the Association's Website

This session will answer questions such as:
• Who is responsible for building the Association's website?
• Who is able to post content to the website?
• What information should be public/private?
• How to use effective social media, next door, etc.
• What can managers/boards control and what can they not control?

Managing Change within the Association

This session will review lessons learned from staffing redirected of business partners, managers, and association employees. Best practices will be covered for changing operations from both the Manager and homeowner perspectives.


 

  

LAC Update

A representative from the Maryland Legislative Action Committee and an expert in Delaware law will discuss what legislation might be targeting in 2022.

LAC Update

A representative from the Maryland Legislative Action Committee and an expert in Delaware law will discuss what legislation might be targeting in 2022.

  

Expo

Attendees will have the opportunity to visit with Exhibitors.

Expo

Attendees will have the opportunity to visit with Exhibitors.


Example Agenda for Attendees

Attendees can choose to attend EITHER the Morning or the Afternoon Session (see below). To reduce large groups, attendees will be in a classroom setting of 25-30 people and speakers will rotate to different classrooms for each session.

Below is a representation of the schedule of the day for October 19th. Each classroom group will have the opportunity to visit the Expo for one of the hours during either the morning or afternoon session. 

All attendees will receive access to the recorded sessions, so they can watch the presentations and earn the full 5 hours of continuing education credits.

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Registration Options