Hooray for Committees!

How wonderful is it when owners want to volunteer? I am frequently amazed by the dedication of people who just want to give back. Many have led rich lives with interesting professions such as doctors, lawyers, entertainers, artists, world travelers, teachers and homemakers. Their experience and expertise lends to the diversity of perspective on boards and committees. Their contributions are welcome, and needed. No community manager should feel threatened or diminished by active, vibrant committees. They can help with the heavy lifting (e.g., research, surveys, site visits, meetings, set-up and clean-up).    Read the article…………..


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