Teamwork & Leadership Development - 2 Part Webinar Series
Re-scheduled to August date - August 26, 2020 Zoom Webinar
1:15 PM to 3:15 PM
Promoting Volunteerism and Preventing Burnout
What would we do without volunteers? They are the lifeblood of community associations. Not only do volunteer board members accomplish the necessary work of the association, but they, along with committee members, establish values and priorities of the membership. The more effective, productive and dedicated volunteers are, the more successful the community is and the happier the members. The more positive their experience as a volunteer, the better chance they’ll continue to serve and the more secure the management contract. And the happier the community members, the less stress on the manager and the less chance of burnout.
Join nationally-recognized educator, trainer, speaker, advocate and author Margey Meyer, CMCA, PCAM to learn how to:
- Establish an environment that encourages volunteerism
- Be a believer in customer service and its impact on positive, lasting relationships
- Banish burnout and love your job
Margey Meyer, CMCA, PCAM is president of CADRExperts (Community Association Dispute Resolution Experts) providing professional, knowledgeable, effective developer transition specialists, board trainers, expert witnesses, mediators and arbitrators to community association boards, developers and attorneys. Margey is also a certified mediator with the American Arbitration Association and Houston’s Better Business Bureau. As a volunteer with the Community Associations Institute (CAI) for more than three decades, Margey chaired the Foundation for Community Association Research, Education Committee and Government and Public Affairs Committee, and served as Treasurer and VP of the Executive Committee during her 11 years on the Board of Trustees. She was twice named CAI’s Educator of the Year and, in 2014, was honored with the Outstanding Volunteer Service Award. Margey is a nationally-recognized educator, trainer, speaker, advocate and author in the field of leading, managing and developing community associations.