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ALFN Forum will provide a collaboration framework that puts ALFN members and mortgage servicers at the center, to build on the strengths of each forum member and reinforce their joint commitment to the future of our industry and personal career enhancement.
WHAT IS FORUM?
A Forum is a small group (5-10 people) of similarly situated members who can offer you direction based on their experiences. This is a unique member-driven experience that brings together an intimate group of members for learning and support. Participants take part in monthly meetings and support a trusting environment in which they can safely explore business, work and personal growth issues. Forums should remain nonpartisan.
WHAT HAPPENS AT FORUM MEETINGS?
During Forum meetings, members discuss the issues that affect them personally and in business. A moderator guides the sessions, which emphasize confidentiality, personal responsibility, and the sharing of lessons learned. Forums do not exist to give advice; rather, your Forum members will speak from their own prior experiences, and let you draw your own conclusions on what to do next.
ALFN FORUM COMMITTEE
The moderators of each Forum group will together form the ALFN Forum Committee. They assist with content for the Forums at ANSWERS or other conferences. They can bring in resources and create special opportunities. This committee also helps ensure the health of the Forum groups and assists in placement for new members and when individuals need to switch groups.
HOW IT WORKS:
1. We will match you with a Forum group
a. Choose outside your state
b. Similar roles
c. No true competition
2. Set a start date meeting
a. Discuss rules and guidelines
b. Agree to future dates and a method of meeting
3. Meet regularly
a. Use rules of sharing not lecturing
b. Remember Confidentiality c. Prepare
Review additional information about ALFN Forum here.
ALFN Forum Chair
Jim Timberlake, Esq.
ALFN Staff Liaison
SVP, Membership & Industry Relations