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July 17, 2018
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CAI survey: Association members are "satisfied" with their HOA
"For the seventh time in 13 years, Americans living in HOAs and condominiums say they're satisfied in their communities," according to the latest biennial survey from CAI and the Foundation for Community Association Research. Also, some 62% of the survey respondents believe their association's rules have a positive impact on their property values.
The Post and Courier (Charleston, S.C.) (free registration) (7/14) 
HOA seeks injunction for owner flouting short-term rental ban
The Cooper Lane HOA in Highland Park, Ill., is requesting that a judge stop a homeowner from continuing to list his mansion as a short-term rental, which is a violation of HOA rules. Despite a cease-and-desist letter and fines totaling more than $40,000, the owner continues to list the home and approve rowdy guests.
Patch (7/11) 
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Leadership Strategies and Organizational Management
Everyone has fears, and you can learn to overcome them
Being a leader in the most basic sense means displaying courage despite your fears, and this is a skill you can hone over time, writes Dennis Miller. "Developing your leadership capabilities will require mindful practice, every day, of making courageous choices," he writes.
SmartBrief/Leadership (7/9) 
Team-building takes extra effort with remote workers
Leaders who manage remote employees need to work harder to build trust, ensure employees understand the vision and goals, and make sure meetings are run exceptionally, writes Julie Winkle Giulioni. "Effective virtual leaders focus less on the technology and details of connectivity and more on helping their teams create genuine, authentic connections," she writes.
SmartBrief/Leadership (7/12) 
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Doing Good in the Community
HOA supports community service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Around 24 volunteers were expected to meet at the Greenbrook Tanglewood HOA in Hanover Park, Ill., on July 14 to support MLK Build Up Day. Duties included assisting with a safety signage project, cleaning up garbage, planting greenery and laying mulch.
Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.) (7/12) 
Ethics and Professional Conduct
Mindful avenues out of negative thoughts
We can let go of negative emotions faster if we accept them and take measures to redirect our focus, says Poppy Jamie, creator of the mindfulness app Happy, Not Perfect. Deep breathing, writing about feelings and remembering to be grateful are among her mechanisms for coping with stress.
NBC News (7/11) 
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