Team Building

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I have a great group in my office.  From Doctors to Bricklayers, Pilots to Pet groomers.  But what I want to see more of are teams.  I recently build a team that is targeting FSBOS and another that is targeting Expired.  What are some of your thoughts on building these types of teams and is a team of four, 4x as effective as one. 

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Christopher H
REAL ESTATE - Shelby Township, MI
Teams are a great idea because they can motivate one another.  Also if someone isn't available another member can pick up the slack.
Aug 09, 2006 04:10 AM #1
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Colleen Irwin
Retired - Irondequoit, NY
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I have found that teams are a great way to work, but each member of the team has to be similiarly motivated and dedicated to the process.   If not, it can result in it being rather lopsided and very difficult to manage.   I worked for one of the greatest teams before becoming a Realtor and it was great.  Now doing it all myself, I am finding different ways to have my own team including virtual assistants....
Aug 09, 2006 05:04 AM #2
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Teri Isner
Keller Williams Realty at the Lakes - Orlando, FL
GRI, CRS, CIPS
I have had a team for over 12 years and wouldn't run the business anyother way.  We have people on our team that act as the lead buyer agent and lead listing agent, the first person to add to the team in my opinion is the admin position or as we call her our client care specialist.  You also need a director of first impressions at the front of your office as this person is usually the first smiling face they see.  Once you have the core you can add a marketing, techie and VA as the budget allows.
Aug 09, 2006 07:18 AM #3
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Sharon Simms
Coastal Properties Group International - Christie's International - Saint Petersburg, FL
St. Petersburg FL - CRS CIPS CLHMS RSPS
A team is so effective that I can't imagine trying to coordinate everything as a single agent, even with the technology available today.  When I'm with a client, I turn off my phone (and pager, when I had one) and concentrate on being there with my client.
Aug 09, 2006 09:48 AM #4
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