Your Company should not Die with You

Will your business run smoothly after your leadership moves on, retires, or death? It’s a stark reality facing many business owners, large and small.  In 2006, I was running the administration of a small specialty construction firm my father had started.  He died suddenly in October of that year. His role was to run andContinue reading “Your Company should not Die with You”

How a Trip to Japan Changed my Perceptions around Culturally Inclusive Training.

I don’t think culture occurred to me until my family and I went to Japan in 2015. (I have wanted to visit since. Thanks, Covid). Being exposed to a different culture has opened my eyes to different ways of living. I was intrigued by the way people moved about their day.  Two years after thatContinue reading “How a Trip to Japan Changed my Perceptions around Culturally Inclusive Training.”

How to Grow Long Term Leaders? Avoiding the “One and Done.”

Many of us, myself included have participated in a leadership development program, read a book, or listened to a podcast about leadership. Most of us have left a leadership development program feeling energized and full of new ideas, only to leave those ideas at the door we came through.  I have both taken and beenContinue reading “How to Grow Long Term Leaders? Avoiding the “One and Done.””

Need a mentor? 3 Ways to Find your Professional Match

A supportive mentoring relationship can help a new agent with a budding real estate career flourish with success. The real estate industry is like a complicated relationship, often full of ups, downs and uncharted waters. Mentoring relationships can play a valuable role in the success of new real estate agents navigating the rough seas ofContinue reading “Need a mentor? 3 Ways to Find your Professional Match”