SA/NT President Report

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It certainly was a year!

We have all had to evaluate many things in our lives particularly how we work, and what allows a business to thrive in the face of any external factor.


Simply it is people, people’s commitment, training and ingenuity which has proved to be the greatest strength to our businesses.


It actually is an excellent time that we acknowledge how we faced the challenge of becoming agile and effective in providing an excellent service to our industry.


With the need to appreciate a rapid change into the unknown in 2020, and to be leaders and guiders in the way our respective clients required to live & work, I am pleased we were all ready to adapt and assist these communities.


It then became apparent that our State and local industry was not impacted as much as other states, and we can thank all communities for doing their part in that.

Simple efforts in closing community areas and taking meetings online enabled our industry to make a significant impact to the local communities and state.


I continue to hear stories of communities assisting neighbours and building on a culture of support and assistance.


The one common factor that is tied to all these stories is how you as a Body Corporate Manager and firms assisted and showed great leadership direction in the circumstances.


Now when we look at 2020/21 in a different standing, it shows how far the reach and influence truly is in those communities.


I’d also like to acknowledge all the board and sponsors this year, your support and commitment has allowed us to continue to press into the industry during this time.


Our top priorities for next year are Advocacy and Professionalism, with the new accreditation pathways released we look forward to all members being set apart from the industry. other members.

Joshua Baldwin