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So You Want to be President of Your HOA?

Tired of feeling like you have no say in the decisions about the common areas or rules and regulations of your neighborhood or condominium development? Thinking of serving as president of your homeowners’ association?  Before you take the big leap,

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How to Improve Leadership Style

The greatest leaders throughout time have had something in common: they inspired people. To be a good leader, you don’t want to make people follow you. Instead, you want to make them want to follow you. If you’re looking to

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Eight Jobs You’ll Master as HOA Board President

Are you considering serving as the President of the HOA Board for your homeowner or community association? Well, before you picture yourself at the head of the table, transforming your community into the vision of perfection you have in your

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The Essential Five People On Your Association Board

It takes a lot to build a great community. You need committed residents, a dedicated board of directors, and a clear understanding of everybody’s roles and responsibilities.   Read the article…………

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Unanimous Consent: Good Presiding Officers Use It!

Sure, you can use formal procedure to handle routine, noncontroversial matters in board and membership meetings. But why would you?   Read more…….

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Take charge of that meeting: 8 ways to make sense of Robert’s Rules of Order

If you’re going to chair meetings or rise to a high post in your professional society, you’re likely to run up against Robert’s Rules of Order. In the U.S., it’s the most widely used authority on parliamentary procedure–and many a

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Condo board chiefs often make hard choices

Imagine that you have a job that requires you to be an expert in everything from finance to construction and that trying to do your best at this job makes your closest neighbors hate you.  Now imagine that you do

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So Now You’re On the Board

The first steps to superior board performance are clarifying your board’s job and then following through with appropriate plans, actions and evaluation of results. The checklists presented here are intended to assist you in those tasks. They cover a significant

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