All of us have been forced to adapt and adjust our business operations and daily routines as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but we’ve learned some valuable lessons on keeping in touch while practicing social distancing.
Technology has facilitated our lives, but also affects how we communicate. It’s important to make face-to-face time a priority and be more mindful to engage with others, regardless of format, with respect and civility.
Negative headlines impact current and potential community association residents, managers, business partners, and staff. Ward off public relations problems before it’s too late.
Social media tools are a great way for community associations to increase engagement with their residents, but they can leave communities vulnerable to potential legal risks if managed inappropriately.