Coping Skills for Today’s Overworked Property Managers

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11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Dr. Gary Kustis Ph.D.

Sponsored By:

Watterson & Assoc



This webinar is tailored to the Property Managers who suffer from their own success. That is, those who are so highly dutiful and conscientious that they can’t say “no” to every request made of them and are their own worst critics. With 20+ years of coaching over-achieving managers (property and otherwise), Dr. Gary Kustis will provide them with guidance on how to achieve peace and stability—without giving up what makes them so successful.

Learning Objectives:

  • Coping with a perfectionistic nature
  • De-stressing without losing control
  • Finding work-life balance

Gary Kust For the last twenty-five years, Gary has worked as consultant to organizations—large and small—in evaluating individuals for hire or promotion into critical jobs, coaching and developing those who need it, and providing training and consulting on various human resources-related topics. He has consulted to a wide variety of organizations including, but not limited to, property management, healthcare, manufacturing, education, energy, private equity, technology, and professional services.

Gary has worked on a variety of different projects for organizations that include developing testing for selecting people for key roles, one-on-one coaching of managers and executives, identifying organizations’ core competencies, designing 360-degree feedback instruments for company-wide development initiatives, and providing unique training experiences on subjects like emotional intelligence, improv skills for managers, and improving interviewing skills. Further, many companies rely on his expertise to help with team building and conflict management. Gary holds advanced degrees in Organizational Psychology and Business and is a Member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Society for Consulting Psychology.

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