It has been a trying time across all industries and all kinds of interpersonal relationships. Community managers and tenants are considered in-person communities, and as such, are particularly affected by the onslaught of this uncertainty. COVID-19 has urged community managers to think on their feet when it comes to solutions for pressing concerns among their tenants. Clear communication is the cornerstone of maintaining tenant relationships – despite it looking differently from what it once was.
In a survey of Facebook employees covered by the Harvard Business Review, the participants identified three things they wanted most from work: career, community, and cause. When those three critical elements are met, they give employees a sense of respect, care, and recognition from their community at work, and they report that they truly “bring their whole selves to work.” This sense of connection with a work community enriches their feeling of accomplishment, beyond the physical walls of the workplace.
Vincent Vallois MRICS, Co-Founder of Online Real Assets – CEE Partner of Spaceflow tenant experience application – sees the market from a new perspective. Online Real Assets has just launched Spaceflow in Hungary and they see great potential and momentum for a space-as-service transition of the commercial real estate market.
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