Business is Never Personal: How to Keep Your Community Association Board Meetings Drama Free

We’ve all been there. Stuck in a meeting where two or more people get into a heated discussion or worse, a flat-out shouting match. It’s unpleasant, yes; but more importantly, it’s unprofessional and downright disruptive. Many HOA boards have experienced this type of an eruption, often because board members have an emotional stake in the outcome of whatever’s being discussed.     Read the article……………


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