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Secrets to lead a peak property management business in 2018

Secrets to lead a peak property management business in 2018

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Empowering Property Management Leaders to reach the pinnacle of success in 2018, the Property Management Leadership Summit is taking place this March.

If you are a Principal, Head of PM Department or BDM who seeks inspiration, leadership skills and real-life business examples to help you step up, lead your team, and profitably grow your business, you can’t miss this event!

Some of the 20 top business experts presenting at the upcoming summit, recently shared their secrets for leading a peak property management business in 2018.

ireviloution Founder and Managing Director, Jo-Anne Oliveri, said that principals and industry leaders must focus on strategically planning every area of their business. 

“Principals should plan every tangible and intangible area of their business, so all elements are working towards achieving their vision and reaching the pinnacle of success,” she said. 

“Doing this requires principals to research, plan, implement and measure all areas of their business, including its culture, brand, service, reputation, team and, most importantly, their clients.”

At the upcoming Property Management Leadership Summit, Jo-Anne will share proven and implementable methods to gear every element of your agency towards attracting clients, retaining team and achieving business goals.

Stepps Founder and CEO, Josh Cobb, said that principals must understand how to stand out online.

“The continued rise of online portals, agent review and comparison websites is only going to make it harder for real estate businesses (both sales and property management) to stand out online in 2018,” he said.

 “Agencies are wise to look for ways to consistently drive traffic to their own website in order to rely less on other platforms for new business opportunities and to remove their competitors from the conversation altogether.”

At the Property Management Leadership Summit, Josh will reveal a new approach to marketing that is helping real estate brands around the world cut through the clutter to get more clients and keep the ones they’ve already earned.

businessDEPOT Managing Director, John Knight, said that if you want to lead a peak property management business, you must know your numbers.

“The leaders of great real estate businesses focus on people first but, when it comes to the numbers, they focus on profits, not just sales,” he said.

At this year’s Property Management Leadership Summit, John will share the key numbers he focuses on in a business, including benchmarks to strive for, and tips for leading, running and growing a peak property management business.

If you seek inspiration, leadership skills and real-life business examples to help you step up, lead your team, and profitably grow your property management business, you can’t miss this event! To hear all 20 top business experts’ secrets for leading a peak property management business in 2018, register now at www.pmleadershipsummit.com.au

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