Six Ways Board Member Training Creates Successful Communities

When board members volunteer, they’re driven by the desire to enhance their communities. But what happens when good intentions don’t pair up with a board members’ level of expertise or education?  “Board members volunteer their time because they want to do what’s right for their community,” said Maurice Talley, corporate trainer for FirstService Residential. “The best thing you can do is harness that enthusiasm and pair it with some real know-how.”   Read the article…………..


Related Articles

Community Manager’s Minute: Act, Don’t React to Micromanagers

Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary defines micromanagement as “manage[ment] especially with excessive control or attention on details”. Julie defines it as the

Understanding Community Association Audit Fees

Q: We received two bids from different accounting firms for the annual audit of our association. One was for $5,000

FHA Condominium Certifications: The Requirements and Prohibitions

The Federal Housing Administration (“FHA”) is a government-owned insurance company that insures home loans for buyers who cannot afford a