5 Effective Ways to Engage Board Members with Short Fuses

Power struggles happen. In business, in life, and most certainly in HOA boards. While not all association boards have issues with members that have short tempers, many face this dynamic and struggle to gain control of their meetings much less to get goals accomplished. And although no one can control another’s emotions or responses, you can maintain control over your meetings and keep things flowing smoothly even when tempers flare. This guide offers some proven tips to keeping board members engaged even when emotions erupt.    Read the article…………


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