At Enlan, we refer to our role as stewards. This means that since we are entrusted with the property and goodwill of the condo associations we manage, our job is to manage in the way we would want it managed if the property belonged to us. We believe that this distinguishes us in the industry.
Stewardship does not mean that our company makes policy, or major capital spending decisions without a resolution from the board. Stewardship is based on long-term accountability. Like other companies, Enlan typically provides monthly reports for the association. But stewardship requires long term performance, with results measured over years — not just months. We seek to provide value for today and tomorrow.
With our stewardship approach we deliver better quality and better value for homeowners, with fewer headaches for board members. And when the board entrusts the day to day management to us, the board has more time to focus on the strategic policies, priorities, and direction for the association.
Before a condominium association board entrusts us with the stewardship of the day-to-day management of an association with property values well into the millions of dollars, we want the board to know that their decision is based on is well-placed trust. The trust is based on our reputation, knowledge and application of traditional management disciplines (planning, organizing, staffing, directing & controlling), and technical knowledge of and experience with the building trades / project management / facility management / grounds management / and contracting. Good management is both effective and efficient. Thus we deliver both quality and value.
With the principles of stewardship, we believe that we are better aligned with the values of the association. We focus on 360 degree value, and our systems and training reflect this.