This event is being re-scheduled for June, 2020. Once the new date is finalized, this page will be updated. If you are already registered to attend, we will notify you of the new date.
Join CAI at this unique one-of-a-kind training session! Scenario-based vignettes of real, live situations that you encounter regularly in the condo and co-op world will be presented by professional improv performers. These structured improvisations will be used as a learning opportunity for managers, staff and even homeowners on the personal interactions that often define, and escalate, conflicts.
This is not a boring seminar or lecture. How best can we explain it? Its Condo LIVE!
This year, we'll explore the following scenarios:
Scenario 1: Staff / Resident Altercation
Meredith is an older resident at Bryndahocken Estates; Steve is the manager and Peter is the president of the board. Watch the growing disagreement between the manager and board over an altercation between Meredith and a long time employee of the association.
Scenario 2: Privacy Boundaries
Bachelor Ralph is in his 70s and owns a penthouse unit at Freedom Tower, where he comes and goes with Suzy, his 20 something female companion. Observe how Brad, the front desk staff, gets into hot water by making poor assumptions.
Scenario 3: Manager / Board Dynamics
Cynthia is board member at Conshagomingo Junction Condo. Kevin is a landscaper who has bid on a contract, and is Cynthia’s nephew. Witness the interactions between the manager and board member in this "conflict of interest" scenario.
8:30 am - 9:00 AM Registration, Continental Breakfast & Networking
9:00 am - 11:00 AM Improv Program
Energy Hall at the PECO Building, 2301 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
There is no on site parking at PECO. There are two lots at the intersection of 23rd and Market Streets.
Benjamin Lloyd and Creative Corporate Training
Creative Corporate Training employs an innovative, scenario-based approach to team-building, customer service and workplace culture enhancement. We use structured improvisations we design specifically for each client, which embody issues or themes the client wants their team to examine.
Unlike other improv-based training programs, we do not make you role play! We do the acting, and you do the problem solving.
Early Bird Registration* (by March 17th):
CAI Members - $49; Non-members $69
*Additional fees apply after March 17th.
Not a member? Join today and save on registration fees!
This course is approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification. This course will earn managers (2) continuing education credit hour, which also help satisfy the requirements to apply for the PCAM designation.
This Program is Generously Sponsored by: