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March 26, 2012
Dozens of associations use the REALTOR® Association Models Planning Tool annually as part of their strategic planning process. Others also employ it to evaluate individual programs and services. Below is a collection of advice from AEs around the country on how to best understand and use the Tool:
March 26, 2012

1. Governance of Association Structures and Organizational Operations

1-1 Which statement most closely reflects the volunteer leadership's organizational focus in your association:

Current | Future

Staff members assist volunteer leaders in determining strategic vision; staff develops goals and plans to implement the vision
March 26, 2012
Learn how the questionnaire results can help you develop a job description, create interview questions, and customize elected leadership focus.
March 26, 2012
The REALTOR® Association Models Planning Tool is based on a chart of three kinds of associations: Administrative, Management, and Leadership.
View the Association Models Chart.
March 26, 2012
The online results page for your association assessment lists all the questionnaires completed for your association. You can click to view the responses and results report for the questionnaire you filled out or any of the others regarding your association.

Individual Results
Your results report lists the five major areas and a breakdown by percentage of how much of an administrative, management, or leadership association your processes currently are. The results report also provides percentages depicting where you would like your association to be in the future.
March 26, 2012
You’ll receive a snapshot of your association -- either as it is today or as you’d like it to be in the future -- based on your responses in the questionnaire about five essential categories:
March 23, 2012
The REALTOR® Association Models Planning Tool simplifies the tasks of association self-evaluation and planning for enhanced member service though the use of three models of association management: Administrative, Management, and Leadership.
How? First you’ll enter thoughtful answers to the online self-evaluation questionnaire. Then, the results report automatically generated from the questionnaire will provide you with a set of tools to grow your association.
March 23, 2012
REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 min. of instructional time within four-year cycle. The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS®.
Topics: Code of Ethics
March 23, 2012
An example of how the MainStreet (Illinois) Association of REALTORS® uses its membership records to track compliance. This information is accessible by the association and its members, and it highlights whether or not the training is completed and offers a link for more information.
Topics: Code of Ethics
March 23, 2012
Code of Ethics Training Toolkit for AEs: How to Add a Course into NRDS.
Topics: Code of Ethics

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