Prominent leaders to share business tips

Prominent leaders to share business tips

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A former Australian rugby captain will appear alongside a powerful list of real estate bosses at an upcoming event for principals.

Real Estate Results is hosting a two-day event that will focus on leadership, innovation, branding, managing a sales team, business structures and property management.

Wallabies captain John Eales and Real Estate Results chief executive Michael Sheargold will be two of the 16 speakers.

Other speakers will include Marshall White director James Connell, Harcourts Victoria chief executive Sadhana Smiles, House Estate Agents principal Emmy Thies and Realmark director John Percudani.

The line-up will also include Barry Plant from the Barry Plant Group and Di Jones from Di Jones Real Estate.

Mr Sheargold said the event would give attendees a chance to learn from some of the biggest and most successful names in the business.

“This is an invaluable event for agency leaders to grow their business and build success through the sharing of knowledge and information,” he said.

“Last year’s inaugural event was an outstanding success, with some of the best minds in Australian real estate converging with the simple goal of improving themselves; it was inspiring to be a part of.”

The event will be held on Hamilton Island from 31 August  to 1 September.

[Related: Michael Sheargold discusses how to crack the Top 100 Agents ranking]

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