As volunteer homeowners, serving on the Board of Directors is an important responsibility. Depending on the association’s documents, the board may be comprised of three to five members/officers, and sometimes more. These members range in backgrounds, expectations and most importantly personality. These various personalities bring different perspectives, opinions and attitudes to the table.
Having different perspectives can be a benefit in the operation of an HOA board, but can also result in conflict. In order to be a productive board and successful association, the board must avoid conflict and keep the best interest of the community as priority. Read more
about how to turn difficult HOA board members into positive contributors.