How To Recognize Volunteer HOA Board Burn-Out

It would be hard to overstate the importance of volunteerism: it’s quite simply how a lot of work gets done, from large, national programs to smaller and more localized organizations. According to the National Corporation for National and Community Service in a 2015 report, “over the past 13 years, Americans volunteered 105.9 billion hours, estimated to be worth $2.1 trillion.”  That’s a significant amount of value, but it’s probably no surprise to HOA board members. You know what’s required to run an efficient, ethical, and effective homeowners association with a board made up entirely of people who donate their time to the cause.    Read the article…………..


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