Do your employees trust one another? Are they able to work together as a team? If your staff members are constantly in competition or worse – regard each other with indifference – then it’s time to create harmony in your real estate team.
Being a real estate leader isn’t just about making sales. It’s also about inspiring your team, creating a supportive work environment, and leading by example. Which begs the question: are you giving your team the tools they need to thrive in both their personal and professional lives?
When you’re a predictable leader, you quickly build one very important thing: trust. By following a routine and matching your actions to your words, you show your team that you are both competent and trustworthy – something that every employee is searching for in a superior.
You’re a top selling real estate agent. You’ve proven that you’re a leader, and you’re ready to start building a real estate team of your own. Before you start sculpting your business, there are a few things you should consider when transitioning from real estate agent to owner.
What if we told you that taking ownership of your mistakes could make you an even better leader? What if the secret to success is being proud of your mistakes?