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Are you a real estate team leader looking to grow your team? Or maybe you’re an agent thinking about starting a team. Either way, you’re in the right place. In this blog post, we’ll give you a few tips and tricks you need to build a happy, loyal real estate team that will stick with you through thick and thin. So let’s get started!

Lead by example.

Being a leader isn’t just about giving orders and bossing people around. Leading by example is the best way to inspire followers to reach their goals, as people tend to do what they see rather than what they have been told, and everyone loves a great role model! How you leads speaks volumes about your character – it’s more than just an attitude; it’s an action. Ultimately, leading by example empowers and energizes those around you to operate at the highest level of performance while maintaining enthusiasm throughout the process. This includes not just how you operate in the office, but how you are with your family, your health, it even goes as far as what you share about your personal life on social media.

Set clear S.M.A.R.T. goals with each agent and hold them accountable. 

Setting clear goals with each agent and holding them accountable can be a great way to motivate and engage team members to perform at their highest level. It’s important to ensure those goals are S.M.A.R.T.: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timed. This will not only strengthen teamwork dynamics by ensuring every individual knows their role in achieving that goal, but also set expectations on deadlines and track progress effectively. If your team has been stuck in a rut lately, consider setting clear goals for each agent and holding them accountable for getting the job done!

Collaboration is key.

When it comes to succeeding in real estate, collaboration is essential. We can all learn so much from each other and everyone has something valuable to contribute. By sharing helpful information and transparently communicating, no matter what our experience level, we can unlock a world of insights and grow faster together. Plus, this way we make sure that no one goes it alone! So, get connected with your team members – instead of trying to guess when a situation may be coming up in your business journey, why not ask over coffee or virtual chat? And remember – the more you share with others, the more you have to gain.

Get public commitments from each member.

Rallying your team to hit deadlines and reach goals can be a challenge, but getting each individual to commit their efforts publicly is one way to guarantee greater collective results. Social motivation becomes even more powerful when people make public declarations of their intentions, giving them and others a shared sense of accountability. When individuals know that everyone is counting on them to complete their specific tasks, they will dedicate both time and energy into making sure they are done well, improving overall productivity while also strengthening the team dynamic. It’s easy to talk the talk, but publicly committing has been proven a great way to actually make it happen!

Check in regularly and be available when they need you.

It’s easy to get distracted, wrapped up in our own lives, and forget that sometimes our team needs us not just as a leader, but a friend. That’s why it’s important to check in regularly with the important people in your life. Not only can it offer you a chance to catch up on their joys and struggles, but letting them know you are available whenever they need you can provide them with an invaluable safety net of support. On top of that, these regular conversations can help bridge any divides between different levels of understanding, offering a deeper connection than ever before. 

Recognize and reward good work.

Rewarding someone for their hard work is a great way to recognize their efforts, and to demonstrate respect. It’s no wonder that a system of rewarding good work can be so successful – not only does it show employees that their productive efforts are appreciated, but it also gives them a sense of accomplishment and encourages them to continue striving forward. For employers, providing rewards should be part of the system in place to ensure continued success. Not only do rewards provide incentives for enhanced performance, but they also create positive work vibes that promote performance throughout the organization. Give credit where credit is due, and create an environment that rewards excellence!

 

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