Hold Orientation Sessions for New Board Members
Inevitably, for one reason or another, a community association board member gives up his position. When this happens, the association has the sometimes difficult task of replacing the outgoing member. But the challenging part of replacing a member comes after the new member is found and elected to the board. That's because, depending upon the new member's experience with your association, or associations generally, there may be a lot of information for him to quickly get up to speed on—especially if big decisions are in the process of being made.
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