How do you know whether you should promote your assistant to a managerial position? And what should you expect in doing so? Below, we’ve outlined some of the main differences between an assistant and operations manager, as well as what you can expect in making the transition.Read More
If you are a micromanager or you know that you need to learn how to let go and delegate to your team so that you can grow in your role this video is for you. Today I’m going to share five strategies that helped me transition from being the "Jill of All Trades" in my business to being the leader of a highly effective team.Read More
At its core, a transaction coordinator is responsible for assisting a real estate agent with the administrative duties that occur during the contract-to-close process. They're the ones who are responsible for the paperwork, compliance, and communication between all parties so that the deal runs smoothly.Read More
What's the difference between a real estate Listing Coordinator and a Listing Manager? What qualifications are required for each job? Learn about the "day-in-the-life" for these essential jobs on a real estate team.Read More
The holidays are quickly approaching, and you might think it’s time to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor before 2019 hits.
However, when it comes to growing your team and finding that perfect new hire, it’s better to start early.
Bill Renaud was a top producing real estate agent with a large and thriving team. Today he coaches the 1% of 1% of real estate teams across the USA and Canada for Goodfellow Coaching. In this interview, we explore how he built his team and what he learned along the way.Read More
When you interview candidates, you have three main objectives that you need to accomplish during your process. First, of course, you need to verify that the candidate has the skills, experience, and culture fit for your office, but you need to do that while also getting their buy-in. They need to like you as much as you like them. And then, of course, you have to do all of this as quickly as possible because both you and your candidate are busy.
How do you get all of the information that you need to make an informed decision about a candidate and how do you do that as quickly as possible?Read More