Training that motivates agents and generates profits

Showing caring and providing support can go a long way

Future-Proof: Navigate Threats, Seize Opportunities at ICNY 2018 | Jan 22-26 at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square, New York

SAN FRANCISCO -- Brokers should get to know their agents and their needs instead of constantly recruiting, said new-agent expert Alyssa Hellman at ICSF this week. "If you just stop and focus on who you have there, then the back door will stop spinning," said Hellman, director of the Go School. The key to training and motivating should be about focusing on particular agents and caring about what is going on in their life, she added. "It allows you to connect; you feel that you are invested in their lives," said Hellman, whose school runs its onboarding program for groups of new agents. "It can get lonely out there. As a group we find  that they support each other, and 90 percent are doing a deal in the first 90 days," she said. "Each week they are taught by a different office leader at Go Realty. They go to different rotating offices, talking to all agents in the company." Meanwhile, one of the biggest misconceptions out there is that new millennial agents shoul...