The CAM Blog is thrilled to announce that industry powerhouse Julie Adamen has agreed to allow her exciting video blog series "Manager Minute" to be syndicated right here on the CAM Blog! This video series consists of short videos that address real problems affecting community association managers. Each month, we'll be featuring several of these videos for your enrichment. Enjoy!
Why do Board Members Micromanage?
Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary definesmicromanagement as "manage[ment] especially with excessive control or attention on details".
Julie defines it as the time-consuming, energy draining, ever-maddening, demoralising busy-work that accomplishes little. In today's first video, Julie talks about why board members micromanage their community association manager:
How to Manage the Micromanager
Next, Julie gives some actionable advice on how to manage your micromanaging board members:
What do you think?
Do you have techniques to deal with micromanagers? Share them in the comments!
Julie Adamen has been in the Common Interest Development industry since 1987. In 1997 she formed Adamen Inc., a consulting and employment firm specializing in the community management industry. Ms. Adamen is a nationally known author, speaker and trainer in community management. She is also the publisher of The HOA Manager NewsLine, an industry newsletter featuring forward-looking articles and job opportunities with a monthly circulation of over 12,000+. She can be reached through her website, www.adamen-inc.com.