SOUL CRUSHER: Why Community Managers Burn-Out and Drop-Out

It is such a pleasure to meet new property managers. They are full of promise; they are positive, enthusiastic and eager to please. Embarking on a new career is exciting and should be celebrated. However, unless they have a support system that encourages their growth, and helps guide them through the rocky shoals of managing people and property, they will become frustrated, disillusioned, burned-out and then, sadly; drop-out.    Read the article……………..


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