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Post-event 6-hour education courses are being held Thursday, March 23, 2017. Scroll to the bottom of the schedule to view.
Breakfast on own
Welcome and Opening General Session – #GetSocialSmart: Honing Your Social Media Strategy
Speaker: Katie Lance, Katie Lance Consulting
Hot Topic Open Room Networking Discussions
Adjourn for the day
Breakfast on own
Speaker: Steve Schultz, MPM® RMP®, 2017 NARPM® President
General Session – People Management Skills
Speaker: Jim Roman, Business Owners Institute
Lunch – Open Trade Fair
General Session Panel – Determining the Right Target Size for Your Company
Panelists: Steve Crossland, MPM® RMP®, Crossland Real Estate; Andrew Dougill, Hoffman Realty, LLC; Sherrie Featherly, MPM® RMP®, Missoula Property Management
Moderator: Melissa Prandi, MPM® RMP®, PRANDI Property Management, CRMC®
Vendor Trade Fair and Reception
Full Breakfast in Trade Fair with Vendors
General Session – Issues in Property Management: The Economic and Market Environment for Rental Housing
Speaker: John Tuccillo, Economist, Consultant and Author
Break with Vendors
Lunch (Trade Fair closes after lunch)
General Session Panel – Legislative Changes and Regulatory Issues that Impact Your Business
Speakers: Lynn M. Grosso, Director of the Office of Enforcement at HUD’s Washington DC Fair Housing Headquarters; Harry J. Kelly, Esq., Nixon Peabody LLP, Amici counsel for NARPM® and other housing organizations in Supreme Court litigation.
Moderator: Scott Abernathy, MPM® RMP®, Reliant Property, Inc.
1. Topics will be created on the spot by attendees who fill out a topic form (a giant “post it” note), indicating the suggested title / topic and if they are volunteering to facilitate a discussion or want to make a presentation on a topic. The more specific and niched a topic is, the easier it can be applied and the more interest people will have.
2. Each sticky topic note will be displayed on a wall and attendees vote for each topic, making tally marks on the sticky itself. Attendees are limited to 3 votes each and can’t vote more than once for a single topic.
3. Based on number of votes, conference organizers will arrange the topics visually on a grid of time slots and rooms.
4. Attendees show up at the appointed time for the discussions / presentations in which they are most interested.
5. Attendees are encouraged to exercise the “law of 2 feet” and leave their current discussion and move on to another if they find it was different than they expected.
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Closing Comments / Conference Closes
Three education classes are being held.