Time-saving tips for better board meetings

In the condominium world, meetings take place several times a year — often monthly, but sometimes more frequently if there are contentious or pressing items that require a decision. Most board members have probably attended meetings slated to last one hour and have watched, with a sinking feeling, the clock tick past the three- or four-hour mark, with no decision or next steps in sight.  Sometimes, run-on meetings merit the time it takes to prudently discuss each topic, ensuring that everyone can share their piece and hopefully come to an agreement. However, other times, lengthy meetings are strictly the result of poor organization or an inattentive or inexperienced chair.   Read the article………………..


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