New policy for NARPM Professional Members who speak at events.
Each day the event will have an opening paid professional speaker. Amounts paid to the professional speakers can be increased, or decreased, as needed through the annual budgeting process. The other general session speakers shall be professional members that are well known and have taught at NARPM or other property management events and received high reviews. NARPM will not charge the professional members who are general session or break out speakers the event registration fees. NARPM professional members who teach must receive 4 or more stars over the last 4 years. Panel presenters will be given a $100 NARPM gift certificate. If the professional member is a new speaker, with no to little experience, NARPM will use them in Ted Talk style speaking or short breakout sessions and provide them a $100 NARPM Gift Certificate if they earn a rating of 4 or higher. If they wish to speak at other events they must maintain an average over 4 years of a 4 or higher rating. This will also allow the committee to vet speakers for the future events to ensure there are quality sessions being offered.
*Gift Certificates can be used towards future event registrations or towards payment of annual dues.
NARPM is seeking original and innovative stories from leaders that will enable attendees to share with and learn from one another about how to best navigate the ever changing landscape of property management. Sessions should include hands-on activities, exercises to engage the attendees, or other methods that promote lively participation. NARPM is specifically requesting presentations which include tools, documents, and programs that can be shared with peers, as well as exercises to enhance learning and provide tangible takeaways from the sessions. Click here to submit your presentation.
To best serve the entire membership, separate “tracks” for education, each with a distinct focus, will be offered. Education tracks are: broker/owner, property manager, and support staff. Please note if your session is “beginning or advanced” level courses to aid in steering the attendees to the correct class.
The deadline to submit a proposal is extended to February 28, 2022.
Click on our 2023 speakers’ photo to learn more about them.