What Lessons Have We Learned From 2020?
We’ve all heard and read that 2020 is unprecedented and it has been, but unprecedented isn’t always bad. Think back to late March when most of the DMV shut down and many of us didn’t know how we would work from home, or if we could get to work (assuming we were deemed essential) withoutRead More
Mentoring is defined as a professional relationship in which an experienced person assists another in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance the less experienced person’s professional and personal growth. For up and coming community managers it means being paired with someone who has gone down the same road you are on now. EachRead More
Virus Protection…Not the Computer Type
The year (2020) was starting and managers around the industry were recovering from completed budget seasons and annual meetings. We were busy situating new Boards, reviewing annual goals, excited to lead our communities into a new year when all of this came to a screeching halt. The world, and we as managers, faced something completelyRead More
Community Association Management – Pandemic Style
To quote the Grateful Dead, “Lately it occurs to me, what a long strange trip it’s been.” This lyric could not be any more perfect for the uncertainty that the world and community management has had to deal with. As we navigate our personal lives through this ever-changing time, the face of community management hasRead More