How to Avoid Burnout for Community Association Managers

It’s 2016, a week away from a new year and it seems that burnout has become a fact of life for community association managers. It is also a real possibility for dedicated Board members. Boards and managers are challenged by rudeness, confrontational and adversarial communications, even menacing behavior. And all the good you do is overshadowed by the negativity and constant challenges each day can bring.    Read the article………….


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