Dominium Property Management Leaders SOAR to New Heights at 2020 Leadership Conference

Biennially, Dominium invites its leaders to a three-day conference to celebrate their success and participate in trainings to improve their management skills. This year, our Community Managers and Maintenance Supervisors traveled from 22 states to convene in Atlanta along with Dominium’s Regional Managers and company leadership. The conference creates an opportunity for our staff to get to know each other, learn from one another and hear from senior leadership about Dominium’s goals and vision for the future.

In addition to a leadership panel, a state of the company discussion and educational sessions, three keynote speakers addressed the group. Lisa Trosien, a multifamily housing educator and consultant, spoke about the “likability factor,” educating attendees about how the way they interact with potential residents determines the impression they will have of Dominium. Dominium board member Ken Bacon spoke about engaging with their communities and creating a welcoming space for their residents. On the last morning of the event, real estate advisor Debbie Philips spoke to the group about taking ownership of being the “C.E.O. of Y.O.U.”

In addition to providing a great learning experience, the Leadership Conference is an opportunity to celebrate our employees. We know that our site staff are what makes Dominium successful and the Leadership Conference is a way to thank them for their hard work. Over 130 awards were handed out at the award banquet including the coveted “Sell to Sail” contest – employees of one Dominium community won a cruise for their success in leasing apartments.

Nearly 400 attendees also spent one afternoon in the City of College Park partnering in a volunteer event with community leaders including Mayor Bianca Motley Broom, Director of Economic Development Artie Jones III and Main Street Manager Renée Coakley. Eight buses of Dominium staff worked on laying sod for a baseball and soccer field, cleaning up College Park as well as packing MATTERboxes for MATTER which were given to 12 local organizations. Dominium believes in positively contributing to the communities we serve and making an impact in the cities we visit. Hosting this event for our site staff makes them a part of our giving company culture, and we hope that they head back to their communities wanting to participate in similar events close to home.

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