Winter 2015: Safety Education

Learn about how associations are keeping safety at front and center, creating a crisis response plan, and 12 unexpected things to plan for now.

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In This Issue

Personal safety classes and training aren’t new at REALTOR® associations, but now they’re adding a focus on keeping safety awareness front and center continuously, not occasionally.

A communication plan that outlines roles, duties, and procedures for responding to problems or disasters can save your reputation.

In an effort to increase REALTORS® Political Action Committee investments and more effectively position itself in the new politi­cal landscape, NAR’s Board of Directors in November approved changes to its fundraising program.

These 34 REALTOR® association executives earned their RCE (Realtor® association Certified Executive) designation after an extensive course of study and exam in November.


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