Onsite teams encounter many daily challenges to maintaining their mental health. From pet regulations to plumbing disasters and residents who lose their cool, onsite teams must face each issue with a strategic mind and calm disposition. Even the best property managers need help sometimes. Join us as we wrap up NAA’s Mental Health Awareness Week by exploring coping tools for maintaining mental wellness and sustaining property-manager roles over time. Hosted by senior onsite professionals, Pete Regules of CORT Business Services and John Sons of Burling Capital Properties, we will have an open discussion about coping techniques that mitigate burnout, promote stress management, and build self-care and resilience.
We want to hear from you and help you develop skills like:
- Prioritizing mental wellness at the same level as physical health
- Making time for yourself and taking time for others
- Understanding that you're not in it alone and sharing the positivity
- Recognizing that “it’s O.K. to not be O.K.”
Date and Time: Thursday, May 5, 2 p.m. ET
About the Hosts
Pete Regules, Director of Multifamily Housing Products & Services, CORT Business Services
Pete Regules is Director of Multifamily Housing Products & Services for CORT Business Services, where he has worked since 1983. Regules has held leadership positions with the Apartment Association of Greater Orlando, the Florida Apartment Association and the National Apartment Association. He has received the volunteer-of-the-year award three times for his work with these organizations as well as his NAA Lyceum credentials. Regules currently serves on several NAA committees and the Executive Committee of the National Suppliers Council.
John Sons, Director of Training and Marketing Strategies, Burling Capital Properties
John Sons, CALP, is Director of Training and Marketing Strategies for Burlington Capital Properties, with 35 years’ experience in rental housing. Sons speaks and trains for apartment associations nationwide. He serves on the NAAEI Program Administration/Curriculum Committee, as well as Chair for NAA’s Operations Subcommittee on Mental Health. Sons also serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Nashville Apartment Association (GNAA). He is a NAA Lyceum Graduate and member of the NAAEI Faculty.
Jen Piccotti, Chief Learning Officer, Swift Bunny
Jen Piccotti, Chief Learning Officer with Swift Bunny, got her start in property management in 2000 and has spent the last two decades listening to, learning from, and finding solutions for multifamily residents, employees, and executives. Piccotti enjoys sharing her unique and actionable insights on the latest trends in employee engagement, customer satisfaction, organizational communication, process improvement, and reputation management. Prior to joining Swift Bunny, Piccotti was COO for ManagInc, and previously was SVP of Education and Marketing for SatisFacts. She holds a Master of Science in Quality Assurance from California State University, Dominguez Hills.