Amid All the Chaos, 2020 Offered Suprising Positives
Typically, these types of year-end recaps feature a cheery look back at significant milestones and benchmarks in the industry. Seeing that “cheery” will seldom be an adjective associated with 2020, some may wonder why we didn’t entirely skip this piece.
But although 2020 was a trying time for virtually everyone, it was not without positives. The multifamily industry deftly adjusted to the bevy of newfound challenges by finding ways to connect with residents and prospects in a socially distant environment. Many associates went above and beyond to assist those facing unprecedented circumstances and the words virtual, Zoom and contactless became a regular part of the industry’s vernacular.
All the while, the resilient apartment sector managed to avoid widespread disaster and continued to prime itself for a promising post-pandemic future. Here’s a look at some of the encouraging developments in an otherwise chaotic 2020: continue
Virtually everyone has experienced an environment where morale is low. Whether you experience it at the workplace, on an athletic team, at school or any other type of group, odds are you remember the experience very well—because it can be draining.
When culture turns sour, productivity becomes an uphill battle. In addition to trying to conquer a task, team members have to weave through discontent and preconceived notions that can stunt their progress.
That’s why positive company culture is so important. continue