|Subject:||Learn how to ensure your maintenance staff complies with fair housing guidelines|
|Date:||Fri, 15 Dec 2017 07:18:35 -0500|
|From:||Fair Housing guidelines <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Help Your Maintenance Staff Become an Integral Part of Resident Satisfaction and Retention
There Is More to Maintenance than Nuts and Bolts
Live On Tue, January 16, 2018 | 1:00 pm ET | 12:00 pm CT | Presented By : Anne Sadovsky, CSP, CAM, CAPS
The maintenance team is an integral part of resident satisfaction and retention. Since maintenance staff often spend more time with the residents than any office staff, it is essential that they are trained in people skills to ultimately help with resident retention. However, the training for this very important team mostly focuses on the “how to” of plumbing, electrical and HVAC repair. A recent Harvard study indicated that the employers of maintenance staff spend 75% of training budget on administration, product and technology, and only about 25% on people skills and resident retention.
Join this session with expert speaker Anne Sadovsky to understand the importance of your maintenance staff to the success of your property. You will learn what fair housing laws are most important for maintenance staff to know and understand. By attending this session, you will be able to help your maintenance staff use their personal skills as well as their technical skills. Anne will discuss fair housing in a brief, common sense manner, and you will learn how the personal behavior and words of maintenance staff impact resident retention.
You will understand the role of maintenance team members in the net operating income as it pertains to the resident retention. Anne will look at the turnover costs, how to help maintenance staff work well with the office staff, how to deal with unreasonable or angry residents, what should never be said to a resident, and how important a good maintenance team can be to ensure the success of a property.
- Fair housing laws for maintenance techs
- The bottom line of reducing resident turnover
- Understanding the high cost of moving
- How to be likable quickly and permanently
- Getting clear on dealing with generational differences
- How to deal with difficult people
- Knowing what words work and what words are never to used
- Teamwork: maintenance and management staff are not enemies
- Developing personal power in all that you do
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Use “CK20” to get $20 off.
Attend in a Group and sàve up to 50%. To Book, Call Now: 1-800-223-8720
2222 Sedwick Drive, Durham,NC 27713
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