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Ken Goodfellow

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Ken Goodfellow is a real estate coach to top agents, brokers and teams across North America. He is well known for taking high-producing agents and real estate companies to the next level. Visit www.goodfellowcoaching.com or email Ken at [email protected].
Leadership

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Accountability and delegation are two critical factors when it comes to transforming a good team into a great team. Every team member must be accountable to every other member.

Leadership

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So how do you develop a culture that’s driven by team success? Better yet, how do you get these individuals to do what you need in order for your business or team to be successful?

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The team leader must cause motivation to happen internally, rather than causing employees merely to produce the desired external results. When properly motivated, results will flow naturally.

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High performance standards for athletes are communicated by coaches and management, and under performers will not be tolerated. It is imperative that professionals in leadership positions do the same.

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There are a number of key issues to consider before you start the hiring process. What teams need is a streamlined hiring process that saves them time and increases the odds of finding the right person for their team.

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If you want your career to flourish you must force yourself to get into good habits and banish bad ones. The expression “old habits die hard” is incredibly appropriate in this case.

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systems

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Without processes and systems in place, no business can be at the top of its game. What exactly do I mean by processes? Processes are the steps and actions needed to achieve a goal.

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Hiring the right people the first time is a win-win situation. A strong cohesive team will produce strong results, exceed goals and put your company on top.

Business plan success assessment

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Now that we’re a quarter way through 2015: how do you feel you and your business are performing? Are you flourishing under your current business plan? Are you underperforming? Or maybe you’re running into similar issues that you faced last year?