R-E-S-P-E-C-T Part I

Find out What This Fundamental Value Means to a Housing Co-operative

Is your co-op looking for innovative ways to build relationships with your membership? Recognizing and understanding the attitudes, perceptions and myths of your community can go a long way to establishing open communication and cooperative living. Please join us for an interactive discussion of:


  • Promoting healthy interactions between members,
    boards and staff

  • Tackling member’s attitudes, perceptions and myths

  • Building trust in your community

  • Developing a role for young people

  • Developing effective leadership

  • Developing a sense of belonging

  • Developing commitment to a shared future

  • Developing community resilience

  • Tackling underlying causes of poor community cohesion

 

R-E-S-P-E-C-T Part II

Principled Leadership and Our Core Vales and Beliefs

In R-E-S-P-E-C-T Part I, the focus was on understanding how the attitudes, perceptions and myths within our housing co-op communities can hinder communication and serve to push members away. Part Two in the series, “Principled Leadership and Our Core Values and Beliefs” is designed to help us explore strategies that will help us handle difficult situations and people while building trust and respect in our communities. Topics will include but are not limited to the following:


  • Bullying

  • Contentious Board Members and Issues

  • Effective Chairing

  • Confidentiality

  • Employment Law

  • Bylaws and Policies that support them​