Workshops

Workshop Presenters

The EAP Education Committee is delighted to present our speakers for our 2020 annual meeting.

While attendees are encouraged to attend all workshops, due to the time zones and personal obligations, attendees can select workshops at their leisure.

All times presented are in U.S. Central Time.

Friday, April 3, 2020, 7:15pm – 8:15pm CDT

Creating Dynamic Online Workshops

Presenting a workshop online is definitely not like doing it in person. Sometimes it feels like speaking to dead air while in a vacuum. What can we do to be creative and interactive enough to prevent participants from drifting away? In this workshop, we will dive into a few ideas on how you can stay ahead of the brain drain and make sure the audience stays engaged until the webinar is over.

Ann Guiberson, PRPAnn Guiberson, PRP served as President of the National Association of Parliamentarians in 2013-2015. She joined NAP in 1990 and became a professional registered parliamentarian in 1992. She is currently parliamentarian of the Florida State Association of Parliamentarians and active in her local unit as well as the NAP Educational Foundation.

Ann has been conducting meetings and teaching online classes since 2014 and has helped develop as well as teach many of the online modules for the PRP renewal courses. She has presented many online workshops to clients and parliamentary groups and is always exploring new ways to make the online learning a great experience.


Saturday, April 4, 2020, 11:00am – noon CDT

Answering Parliamentary Questions

A practical guide to answering parliamentary questions, whether in person, on the phone, via e-mail, in a meeting, or in an official written parliamentary opinion. This workshop examines principles and techniques for providing clear and accurate responses to parliamentary questions. Participants will review common and seemingly simple parliamentary questions from different points of view. The workshop will also analyze the components of drafting a Written Parliamentary Opinion and provide practical tips for a smooth and efficient workflow.

Tim Wynn, PRP is currently the NAP Parliamentarian. He is a professional parliamentarian who serves clients throughout the country and is president of the parliamentary consulting company Perfect Rules Inc., which he founded with his brother, Todd. He has served as the editor of the National Parliamentarian, President of the Florida State Association of Parliamentarians, and Vice-President of eNAP.

 


Saturday, April 4, 2020, 1:40pm – 2:40pm CDT

Electronic Meeting Platforms: Helping you Bring NAP to the World

This workshop is designed to introduce the participants to the three most used video conference meeting platforms: Adobe Connect, GoToMeeting, and Zoom. In addition, a demonstration of the use of each system will be presented as well. Finally, there will be a discussion of other types of platforms which can be used to aid in meetings – conference calls, Skype, and other platforms. Participants will be quizzed during the hour and there will be time for questions at the conclusion of the material.

Your presenters are Tamara Harris, PRP – chair of the NAP Webinar and Technical Support Committee and Dave Whitaker, PRP – EAP Treasurer and 2020 NTC Workshop Coordinator.


Saturday, April 4, 2020, 2:45pm – 3:45pm CDT

Technology Tools for the Parliamentary Instructor III

This program covers the latest Parliamentary Tools that an instructor of Parliamentary procedure should either have in their tool box or create a future budget for the tools necessary to make a presentation to those interested in Parliamentary Procedure. Especially, those instructors that teach Parli Pro workshops. The program covers costs and features that should be attained. Some sample equipment are phones, projectors, Laser pointers, Software, and much more.

Michael Peck, PRP, is CEO of M&M Consulting & Training, LLC, an associate broker, and owner of a real estate school. He joined NAP in 1978 and became a PRP in 1991. Mr. Peck chaired the NAP Professional Development Committee in 2017-2018 and is a past president of the Arizona State Association of Parliamentarians. He has conducted parliamentary workshops/seminars in Arizona, Colorado, Michigan, Nevada and Washington DC, at NAP, ASAP, MSAP, and unit events in Arizona, Michigan and Nevada.