Do you feel emotionally and physically exhausted? Do you think you’re ineffective and have a hard time accomplishing tasks? Do you want to hide under the covers and stay in bed rather than go to work? You may be suffering from burnout!
Join nationally-recognized educator, trainer, speaker, advocate and author Margey Meyer, CMCA, PCAM, to learn:
• How to love your job and banish burnout
• How to enjoy life and focus on customer service
• Symptoms and causes of burnout
• How unreasonable expectations exacerbate an already stressful job
• It’s okay to be assertive
• How volunteers save the day
DATE: Wednesday, November 11, 2020 | 11:45a.m. - 1:30p.m.
WHERE: This event will be held virtually via Zoom. Registrants will receive a confirming email containing a link to the Zoom session.
SPEAKER: Margey Meyer, President and CEO, Community Association Dispute Resolution Experts
COST: Community Managers: $35.00 (Member) | $55.00 (Non-Member
Homeowner Leaders: $10.00 (Member) | $30.00 (Non-Member)
Business Partners: $50.00 (Member) | $70.00 (Non-Member)
Includes a $10.00 GrubHub gift certificate, which will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
SPONSORS: Advantage Construction, Birch, Capital Construction, Gaughan Association Management and Parkway Custom Construction
Professional Credentials: This CAI-MN program qualifies toward earning and maintaining your CAI professional credentials. Members are responsible for tracking their own credits. A total of 1.5 hours of CE credits have been approved by CAI. You must attend the entire session to earn the 1.5 CE credits.
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