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Questions or Answers?

Posted: 2011-10-20

Should I Have the Questions or the Answers?

 
Well, that all depends on the position you are in. There is so much that goes into building a team. Much more than most people understand.  Many of us play single roles and we often have a single person to answer to or a group of people that we coordinate with.  As a leader of teams, your success depends on your ability to assemble a team of qualified, talented, and driven individuals to execute on the ownership objectives. 
 
 

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Performers make more money

Posted: 2011-09-13

Presenting, maintaining and managing multifamily properties is a daily opportunity to succeed. In today's financial climate, finding a job and keeping a job can be a challenge.

A competitive job market has placed individuals to the test. Our job performance is under constant evaluation. What most people seem to forget is that interacting with clients and co-workers is a personal performance. As property management becomes more and more competitive, the ability for multifamily management companies to place great team

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Company Culture - Recruit & Retain Top Apartment Management Talent

Posted: 2011-09-11

How to Recruit, Hire and Retain the Best Talent:

 
Put your employees first. The best way to hire and keep top talent is to create a company culture where the best employees want to work, a culture in which people are treated with respect and consideration at all times. The generation of today view having strong friendships with co-workers and bosses as extremely important to them. There is much said about workers staying longer in jobs simply because they loved the people they work with—and did not want to leave them. 

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The Cover Letter for Apartment Professionals

Posted: 2011-09-07

The cover letter is where you really shine in the job application process. In my many years operating multifamily real estate companies, most of my best hires were without resumes. What I mean is that sometimes new placements came from referrals or within my network. You never know when you will need someone and I always tried to add value to my multifamily network before I called upon them. No one likes to be treated like a vending machine. So adding value to your collegues is important, then they are more likely to help you when you are in a pinch. This goes for recruiters as well. As far as finding the right person, I believe everyone has something valuable to share within a company- everyone is valuable and everyone is needed in some capacity.

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Understanding your role

Posted: 2011-09-04

Apartment Jobs - LeadershipIn every organization it is the people and the positions they hold that create the true structure. A powerful business has roles that need to be filled by qualified personnel. Multifamily real estate investments depend on the collective team of people that cater to the management of a top selling property. Regardless of the number of units or desired occupancy, it is the ability of the team to execute that creates success.

The role defined by a job position can be a set of guidelines or a set of limitations if an employee does not commit to the expectations set forth. It is necessary for each person of a property to execute on their responsibilities or it strains the business. The understanding of each employee and the process of their role in the success of a property - provides a set of decision making functions keeping pressure off of each team member.

 

 

 

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