The essential guide for real estate leadership on sexual harassment and gender

88.2 percent of survey respondents say real estate leadership acts appropriately, but stories of harassment stand in stark contrast to the positive overall picture.

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This is one part of Inman's five-part Essential Guide for Real Estate Leadership, which we are publishing throughout our first-ever Leadership Week. Read all the parts here. Please send your feedback to If you’re a leader who wants to join us for our exclusive Disconnect in The Desert event on March 26-28, or want to recommend a colleague, send a note to explaining why. The allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct by senior leadership, lobbed against brokerages large and small from Washington state to the District of Columbia, stand in stark contrast to otherwise mostly positive depictions of real estate leadership nationwide. But it’s there -- laid out bluntly in Inman's first ever Real Estate Leadership Survey of more than 780 real estate professionals. Stories of inappropriate behavior by leaders “Constant partying and drinking,” one marketing professional in Orlando, Florida, claimed, referring to senior executives at her ...