Cultivating New Community Association Leaders, Part II

In the first part of this series, I left you with a question of whether or not your current association VP would step into the shoes of a departing President. The answer was a resounding “NO”. Other than general malaise, what would be the reasons for such reluctance? Is it because the office is seen as a thankless position; the office requires too much time or would subject the holder to criticism; or the VP does not feel he or she has the support of the board?  Read More……


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