The Board Member’s Toolbox for Building Community

As a Board member, it can sometimes be easy to focus on the operational functions of managing an Association rather than the larger picture: creating a Community that Homeowners and residents love to live in. Vendors of all sorts must be hired and paid in a timely manner, mailings have to be prepared and sent, rules and regulations have to be enforced, Board meetings must be held, and the list of other tasks and situations that arise each day are enough to keep anyone’s focus firmly entrenched in the minutiae.  However, being task-oriented isn’t a negative trait; in fact, it is oftentimes a strength when it comes to managing communities in an organized fashion. Below are some suggestions to add to your toolbox as Board members in order to increase engagement within your Community.     Read the article…………….


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