December 17, 2015 – December 18, 2015
2501 South Cooperative Way
NOTE: IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION – In order to sign up for the program on this website, you must register on the website and obtain an ID and Password; or you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with registrant(s) first and last name, co-op name, phone number and email address. Thank You!
The 2015 MACC Board Chair Roundtable will be held on December 17-18, 2015 at Hoosier Energy, 2501 South Cooperative Way, Bloomington, IN 47402. The registration fee for this event is $275.00, for both MACC members and nonmembers. Lunch and snacks will be provided on both days of the event. MACC has set up a hotel room block at the Homewood Suites by Hilton, 1399 South Liberty Drive, Bloomington, IN 47403. You can make room reservations by calling (812) 323-0500 or online at www.bloomington.homewoodsuites.com. The room rate is $119.00 per night. Just ask for the group code: MAC.
Because the role of Board Chair has a profound impact on a co-op’s success, this program was instituted by popular demand. The Board Chair Roundtable provides Chairs with expert counsel on many delicate issues. With no holds barred, this intimate session serves as an exclusive and professional outlet for candid dialogue where sensitive issues are openly discussed and solutions learned in the boardroom, are shared. Board Chairs share unique challenges that are consistent, regardless of industry boundaries. This program crosses industry boundaries and deals with issues common for all, such as:
1. Engaging every board member
2. Managing challenging board members fairly and professionally
3. How to deal swiftly with contested issues
4. How to intelligently tackle volatile issues to avoid contention
5. Navigating conflicts of interests
6. Managing CEO and member relationships
Please click here 2015 Board Chair Roundtable Brochure for a program brochure with speaker and agenda information, and hotel information for those who will be in need of lodging.
To view comments about the Roundtable from Duane Noland, President/CEO of Assn. of Illinois Electric Cooperatives; please click here: Board Chair Feature Story