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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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.
The unexpected doesn’t have to become a catastrophe if you’re prepared.
A communication plan that outlines roles, duties, and procedures for responding to problems or disasters can save your reputation.
Encouraging members to have a safety strategy will go a long way, whether it’s in the office, out with clients, or at home.
Rob Philipp, Canadian AE, on best practices for association management on both sides of the border.
NAR, states, and locals increase training, education, and awareness.
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.
Association charity events, fundraisers, and other ideas to inspire your community involvement.
Campaign success, RPAC fundraising best practices, and mobilizing members against harmful local ordinances.
These 34 REALTOR® association executives earned their RCE (Realtor® association Certified Executive) designation after an extensive course of study and exam in November.
An up-to-date strategic plan is a vital and required element of the Organizational Alignment Core Standards for state and local associations.
Protect your association from liability with procedures to ensure your information is accurate, trainers are insured, and laws are followed.