What It Takes to Create a Learning Program for Emerging Leaders
Give members the tools to grow
Five years ago, the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) decided to make some changes to its professional development programming.
"NAHMA has always had a strong focus on professional development, but our courses and credentials focused on the nuts and bolts of the industry: it was a lot of technical education," said Kris Cook, NAHMA’s chief executive officer.
The association wanted to help industry professionals learn skills that would make them well-rounded leaders and property managers.