November 13, 2017 – November 14, 2017
8425 Keystone Crossing
NOTE: IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
If you are a MACC member, you must register on this website and obtain an ID and Password, in order to get the MACC Member price for this event. However, if you are having any problems with the registration process on this website, you may send an email to email@example.com with the attendees’ name, business address, title and email address; and we will register those individuals. Thank You!
The 2017 MACC Board Chair/Vice Chair Roundtable will be held on November 13-14, 2017 at the MACC Office Conference Room, which is on the 1st floor at 8425 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN 46240. The registration fee for this event is $300.00, for MACC Members and $440.00 for Non-Members. Lunch and snacks will be provided on both days of the event. You can earn one (1) continuing education credit (Director Gold) by attending the 2017 Board Chair/Vice Chair Roundtable. The Director Gold Certificate recognizes directors who have earned their CCD and BLC certificates and are committed to continuing their education throughout their service on the board. If you have questions about Director Gold, or to opt into the program, visit www.cooperative.com/DirectorGold or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please click on the following link for the roundtable brochure with agenda and speaker information: 2017 Board Chair Vice Chair Roundtable
Because the role of both Board Chair and Board Vice Chair have had a profound impact on a co-op’s success, this program was instituted by popular demand. The Board Chair/Vice Chair Roundtable provides 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 and Vice Chairs share unique challenges that are consistent, regardless of industry boundaries. This program 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 on the following link for a listing of nearby hotels in the area: https://mapov.com/hotels/Keystone%20Crossing%20Indianapolis/?ppc=111&ch=adwords&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIw4LDo9-p1QIVB4ezCh1FCgoWEAAYASAAEgIS4vD_BwE&ad=2017-08-13&dd=2017-08-14&pmn=null&pmx=null&smn=null&smx=null&tmn=null&tmx=null&pp=1&pt=39.959603677130985%2C-86.17104827294912&z=12
Also, we do have a block of rooms set up at the Hyatt Place Indianapolis/Keystone at 9104 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 843-0064. The room rate is $139.00 per day. The cutoff date to receive the block room rate is October 13, 2017. To reserve a room in this block, you can call the hotel at (317) 843-0064 and ask for the MACC Board Chair Forum Room Block, or you can reserve a room online at: https://indianapoliskeystone.place.hyatt.com/indzkbcfg.html
To view comments about the roundtable from Duane Noland, President/CEO of Assn. of Illinois Electric Cooperatives; please click here: BoardChair_FeatureStory_2
If you have any questions about the roundtable, please send us an email at email@example.com.