Seniors Housing Business

ASHA 2018

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AS H A 50 76 2018 ASHA 50 2018 of membership. We currently have approximately 135 Rising Leaders who have been designated by their companies to participate in the program. Many of them participated in a Rising Leaders meeting in June prior to our Mid-Year meeting. The benefits include unparalleled peer-to-peer networking and custom programming. The Rising Leaders have access to a lot of the materials that ASHA produces, including newsletters, Special Issue Briefs and research reports. We give them all 24-hour online access to extensive archives of resources that have been produced over the years. This year we've also added several mentors to the program who are seasoned industry leaders. Our mentors included Randy Bufford of Trilogy, Greg Clark of Leisure Care, and Andy Kohlberg of Kisco Senior Living, each of whom participated in the Rising Leaders program and activities. It was wonderful to see them interacting one-on-one with our industry's next generation of leaders. How are the Rising Leaders selected? Schless: We ask our board mem- bers to designate individuals who they envision in positions of lead- ership at some point down the road. They have designated a very diverse group of individuals. I know that the subcommittee that con- ceived of this program — including Kathryn Burton Gray, Mitch Brown, Lori Alford, Jacob Gehl, Christian Sweetser, and Danielle Morgan — are as delighted with the program as our leadership is. What is the age range for participants in the Rising Leaders Program? Schless: Honestly, we didn't specify an age. In reality, most are probably age 35 or younger and most have worked at their compa- nies for several years. Grust: People need to know when they join a company or organiza- tion that there is upward mobility. It needs to be part of the culture. Everyone is looking for talented people today. Two of my vice pres- idents at Senior Resource Group were both executive directors. That's important to note. We have an executive director at our com- pany who was previously a main- tenance director. As our industry expands, there are opportunities that allow people to grow within Interview with Grust and Schless for more information, contact: Quatro Tax, LLC (817) 336-9600 5608 Malvey Ave., Suite 400, Fort Worth, TX 76107 • Successfully reducing property taxes for our clients naƟonwide for over 30 years! Quatro Tax LLC now manages ad valorem taxes for over $5.3 billion in Real Estate and Business Personal Property assets. We specialize in seniors housing properƟes, represenƟng clients naƟonwide. Call us today for a free evaluaƟon of the taxes in your real estate porƞolio.

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