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Surviving and Thriving In Property Management (TVRA - 2 hr)

  • January 25, 2022
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Webinar


Surviving and Thriving In Property Management 

Educational Webinar

Speaker:  Becca Alder


Becca AdlerFounder of Becca Adler LLC, is a professional coach, speaker, writer, and mother of two daughters. She helps those in survival mode thrive and find career fulfillment. She left her career of 20 years to do something she never thought she would do – become an entrepreneur to create more flexibility and freedom in her busy life. She has made it her mission to inspire and empower other working individuals to live the life they really want.

Becca Adler is a graduate of Accomplishment Coaching (an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program) and a member of the International Coaching Federation. Prior to starting her own business, she was a marketing professional for 20 years helping small businesses grow and engage their customer bases. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and has served as the past-President and current volunteer for the American Marketing Association, Puget Sound since 2007.

Facebook: @BeccaAdlerCoaching

LinkedIn: /RMAdler

Email: becca@beccaadler.com

Website:  www.beccaadler.com

Surviving and Thriving In Property Management 

Real Estate Education Credits: 2

Many of us stay in conflict because we do not know how to handle the situation.  We do the wrong things because we do not know what is the right thing.  Some feel needed when in difficult situations and just try to be helpful but it goes all wrong.  There are numerous ways to deal with difficult situations and depending on the situation, some ways are better than others.  This seminar will go over some real life issues landlords have encountered and the options of dealing with them. 

During these challenging times, managing work, clients, family, health, finances, and other demands can feel like we are just “surviving” our lives. Yet there are proven tools to relieve stress that are easily implemented without having to make huge shifts in your life. This workshop will address the challenges and frustrations felt during the pandemic and offer strategies to tackle those pressures to build resilience for the long term.

Key takeaways will include:

·       Distinguishing what elements contribute to the pressures

·       Gaining an awareness of how everyday pressure impact our work and lives

·       Strategies to interrupt the pressure cycle before it leads to burnout

·       Creating a plan to put your insights into action.


Tuesday, January 25, 2022

5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific Standard Time

6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Mountain Standard Time

*Log in 10-15 minutes before the class to ensure your connection works*

TVRA Member: $20

TVRA Member with (2) Continuing Education Credits: $50

Non-Member: $40

 Non-Member with (2) Continuing Education Credits: $70

Price per person includes Professional Instruction and electronic Course Materials

2 Real Estate Continuing Education Credit Hours - Credit  is only available for those who sign in and then verify attendance at given points during the presentation.


Other ORHA Member: $20

Other ORHA Member with (2) Continuing Education Credits: $50

Other ORHA Members must call the number below before registering to attain the member pricing

If you signed up for past classes with TVRA before as an "Other ORHA Member," you information will be saved, and you can sign up electronically without calling the number below.

For more information:

Contact Cindy McLeran at (541) 313-8777

RSVP BY 5 PM ON January 24, 2021



Register online and watch at your own home or work computer, even your phone. Chat box will allow you to ask questions directly to the instructor.

Replay of the Webinar will be available for 4 days.  

To receive CE credits, you must sign-in at the beginning, middle, and end of the live webinar.  CE Credit cannot be given, if you do not attend the live presentation or for just watching the webinar. 

Webinar Class Information:

The Webinar Class link and materials will be sent out the day of the class.


Treasure Valley Rental Owners Association (TVROA) Board Members and Mentors and Office Staff do not give legal advice. Any advice or guidance does not constitute legal advice. You should seek appropriate counsel for your own situation as needed.

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