As a manager, I think you will be able to find something in this website somewhere that can improve your ability as a manager. You might want to start with the"Frequently Asked Questions" for managers. I have tried to identify here the questions that I find to be most common, and within the answers that I provide, you will find direct links to things that will help you, including articles, FYIs, publications,
forms, etc. If you don't want to go first the FAQs, then you can go straight to those resources. Eventually we will have KEYWORDS for you search.
Whether you are an "on-site manager," an individual who represents a number of associations, an associate within a management company or a manger's assistant, you will be able to find a vast array of information on almost any subject that might come your way in fulfilling your role. I have written many articles covering many subjects which I have found to be the hottest topics in the industry in the past ten years. My publications and legal briefs hold important information for you. I offer a bi-monthly newsletter and books that I have written on the subject of common interest developments. You will be able to choose from current topics, or past subjects of newsletters from the past ten years.
If you need helpful forms for addressing association matters, passing resolutions, etc., you can go to this section and you will be presented with various forms that will help you guide your associations toward good record keeping.
If it is legislation which interests you, you can go to the Pending Legislation page to read articles about legislation that has been proposed and is being considered (from the perspective or CLAC), and you can go to the resources page and find out about CLAC, a site where you can learn about the latest bills before the legislature, past, subject matter before the legislation, and trends in Sacramento.
If the association(s) that you manage need legal consultations, then you can go to this section ahd help arrange a face-to-face meeting, a telephone conference, an on-line conference, and eventually a video conference.
If it is legislation which interests you, you can go to the resources page and find out about CLAC, a site wher you can learn about the latest bills before the legislature, past subject matter before the legislation, and trends in Sacramento. If you need other resources, you can go though that page and find information CAI, ECHO, or CACM, on and publications from those groups, the Manager's Report from Florida, and other places to go to find pertinent information about common interest developments in community association living.
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