Network,Find Opportunities,Find Funding, Promote Events and Services
Before a Property Manager or Service Director became "the boss", he or she most likely began their career path in an entry level role such as Leasing Consultant or Service Technician. A lot of hard work and stellar performance led to added responsibility and promotions. Shifting from a role without leadership responsibilities to one that has them, though, can be challenging. Managing a team requires significantly different skills and habits than does being a member of the team. Research data shows that not all supervisors make the shift successfully. In fact, Gallup reports that about half of people who voluntarily quit their jobs do so to get away from their managers. What's going on?
Most supervisors genuinely want to do a great job. Despite those good intentions, there remains a massive disconnect between many managers and the associates they lead. In this engaging session, we'll examine what spectacular supervisors do differently to inspire both high performance and high satisfaction among their team members. Learn the actions you must take to earn your associate's best efforts, respect, and loyalty. And, discover how to create a work environment where individuals enthusiastically contribute... instead of just punching the clock.
Join Kara Rice and the Webinar Wednesday Team on October 10, 2018 at 2pm Eastern Time to learn how to inspire your team members to enthusiastically contribute!
Who should watch:
On Site Team Members, Regional Managers, Small Owners, Management Company Executives, Training Directors
About Kara Rice:
Kara Rice, founder of Experiment Learning & Talent Development, has more than 25 years of experience in multifamily property management. With roots onsite, in 1999 she co-founded Grace Hill, the industry’s leader in online education, where she oversaw eLearning content development. Additionally, she was part of a leadership team that created a work culture renowned for innovation, enthusiasm, and camaraderie. Passionate about training and engagement, she works with management companies to expand their team members’ knowledge and skills and is a frequent presenter at industry conferences. Kara lives in South Florida where she and her husband are raising their three kids and dodging hurricanes.