Board Leadership Training
Serving on a Board of Directors for a community association has significant responsibilities and requirements to follow corporate and government codes as liability exists if Board Members take action or make decisions outside of these legal guidelines.
Coro provides this orientation program for Board Members as we feel it is our professional responsibility to outline, in detail, the parameters they must govern within. This orientation extends our knowledge from eighteen years of experience in the community management industry to benefit Board Members.
We provide the orientation to individual association Board’s so planning regarding aspects of their community management, decision making policies and procedures can be discussed between Board Members and the CEO of CORO to determine an improved course of action.
You will become informed regarding:
- How California Civil Code, Corporations Code and the Davis Sterling Act determine the parameters Board Members act within.
- Legal requirements for agendas, meetings, minutes and all forms of Board Member communication.
- Board Member legal liability.
- Requirements for what must be disclosed in Minutes and included on Meeting Agendas.
- Adoption of a Board Code of Ethics and Conduct Policy.
- Adoption of an Electronic Communications Policy.
- Understanding the power of the “Business Judgment Rule.”
The knowledge required to serve on a Board of Directors has become more critical due to the current challenges they face with regards to association law, collection practices and CC&R enforcement requirements. CORO’s Board Member Orientation begins our education process and is reinforced throughout the year with Board Bulletins.