If you talk to community association managers these days, they seem to agree on a few key things about the state of the profession. Business and career prospects are booming. Job candidates are not. The future of the industry depends on hiring young professionals—soon.
Leadership lessons: Addressing mentorship, burnout, conflict critical for community association management companies
Community association management companies need to address things like mentorship, burnout, and conflict resolution to be great leaders. David Graf, president of CAI’s College of Community Association Lawyers, was among the presenters who taught CEO-MC Retreat attendees how to build those skills.
Collections policies help ensure that all owners are treated equally and are contributing fairly. Simplify the process by following this general framework for a collections policy.
Community association activities and events build connections, strengthen relationships with neighbors, and are a lot of fun. From the small to the extravagant, good community activities and events require planning, flexibility, and communication. Party on with these tips.
The TradeMark Condominium, a 28-story, high-rise community evokes a warm, inviting, and family-like atmosphere that belies its location and exterior. Together, the management, leadership, and residents of TradeMark have created and nurtured an excellent example of what a community association strives to be.