Members benefit when their association staff practice self-care. In this issue, we explore how AEs thrive because of, rather than despite, their willingness to insist on work-life balance. We also delve into ways to build in balance for your staff and what to do when you’re in full-blown burnout.
Plus: how to find a mentor, approach merger talks, and guide speakers on the meaning—and pronunciation—of REALTOR®.
In This Issue
Deliberate choices and a disciplined lifestyle don’t always guarantee complete control. Sometimes, life takes over. Learn five simple strategies to maintain balance.
The AE Mentor Program is here to connect AEs with one another for help with association management and career development.
The value REALTORS® bring to their clients and communities takes center stage during NAR's 2023 Riding with the Brand bus tour across all 50 states.
When a rent control ordinance was proposed to help solve the challenge of affordable housing in Vermont, fighting it would be worthwhile to take on.
The Salt Lake City Board of REALTORS® ends its year on a high note.
What Should Be Included in a Memorandum of Understanding Between a Local REALTOR® Association and Local Chapters of Multicultural Organizations?
Both Associations & multicultural organizations want more than just a performative agreement. Learn more.
If you’re not prioritizing self-care and self-compassion, now is the time to start.
When association culture is built on making well-being a priority, supporting physical health & work-life balance, your staff, & members, will thrive.
NAR’s Organization Assessment Checklist helps AEs evaluate the wellness of their associations.
Good governance enhances association effectiveness and executive well-being.
These NAR resources can walk your association through the merger process.
When you’re in a pressure cooker, sometimes the best advice is just to get out.
10 things it would have been nice to know before taking on the AE role.
Heartland REALTOR® Organization CEO Jim Haisler finds his zen.