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  • Leadership Knowledge Gap Among Mid-Level Managers Has Become Growing Concern

    A leadership knowledge gap exists in the apartment industry. We have heard that many times in recent years from industry executives and managers. They’ve told us that our industry does a great job training onsite staff, but we fall down when those people are promoted into mid-level leadership roles, such as regional property manager or corporate department head positions.These people often...
  • Application Deadline Extended to March 14 for Scholarships to Attend NAAEI Leadership Experience

    Many of you have probably heard by now of the NAAEI Leadership Experience, which is a two-day course that teaches mid-level managers how to successfully lead, inspire and motivate. What you may not realize is that we are offering two scholarships to attend the course, and the March 14 application deadline is quickly approaching.The Alexandra Jackiw Leadership Scholarship and the William W....
  • CAMnesty Program Offers a Way to Get Back in the Game

    NAAEI has been listening to feedback from our members, our students, our course instructors and our local associations and are in the process of updating our professional designation programs to make them more comprehensive as well as efficient so that they continue to meet the needs of today’s learners. First up was our Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) course. We launched the updated...
  • Top Sessions at San Diego Education Conference Shed Light on Industry Pain Points

    Hearing Sir Richard Branson’s take on innovation, watching the audience sit entranced as Janice Driver drew on her law enforcement background to present ways to better communicate, the opening night Rock the Block party and close to 200 veterans who took part in our first NAAEI Military Career Fair – those are just a few of the items that make up my own top 10 list from last month...

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