With the new year about to dawn, it’s time to level yourself up. We’ll close out the year with a monthlong focus on real estate coaches and the value of ongoing training. Expect advice from the top real estate coaches, deep evergreen training resources and more during Inman’s Coaching and Training Month.
Finding the right coach for your real estate team can be a daunting task. With so many options out there, it can be difficult to know where to start. However, with a little research and some key considerations, you can find the perfect coach to help your team reach its full potential.
What does your team need?
First, consider your team’s specific needs. Are you looking for a coach who can help with time management, lead generation, driving profit or sales training? Knowing what areas your team needs to improve on will help narrow down your search and find the right fit.
When considering a coach’s experience and credentials, it’s important to look for coaches with a proven track record in the real estate industry.
Another important factor to consider when searching for the right coach for your real estate team is their success record. Look for coaches who have a proven track record of helping teams and individuals reach their goals. This could include things like successful sales or team management experience, as well as any testimonials or reviews from previous clients.
By looking for coaches with a successful track record, you can be confident that they have the skills and expertise to help your team succeed. Additionally, you can ask potential coaches about their approach and how they have helped other teams and individuals in the past, which can give you a better idea of how they can help your team.
How does your team work?
In terms of communication style and personality, it’s crucial to find a coach who can connect with your team and help them grow. The coaching relationship should be collaborative and supportive, with the coach providing guidance and support to help your team reach their goals.
It’s important to schedule a call or meeting with potential coaches to get a sense of their personality and how they interact with your team. This will give you a better idea of whether they are a good fit and can help your team thrive.
What will coaching cost (and what is the ROI)?
When considering the cost and value of coaching services, it’s important to balance the investment with the potential return on investment. While cost is certainly a factor, you want to find a coach who can provide value and help your team reach its goals. For example, if a coach offers sales training services that can help your team increase their sales by 20 percent, the investment in coaching may be well worth it.
When will everyone involved be available?
Additionally, it’s important to consider the coach’s availability and flexibility. You want to find a coach who can work with your team’s schedule and is able to adapt to your team’s specific needs. For example, if your team meetings are on Wednesday mornings, you’ll want to find a coach who is available to work with your team during those times.
Also, consider whether the coach offers online or in-person coaching, as this may affect their availability and the ability to work with your team. By considering these factors, you can find a coach who can work with your team’s schedule and provide the support and guidance they need to reach their goals.
In conclusion, finding the right coach for your real estate team takes research and consideration. Look for coaches with experience, credentials, and a personality that meshes well with your team. Also, consider their availability and the value of their services. By following these steps, you can find the perfect coach to help your team reach its full potential.
Chris Pollinger, CEO of RE Luxe Leaders, is the profit whisperer to the leadership elite in the business of luxury real estate. He is a senior sales and operational executive skilled in strategic leadership, driving profit, business planning, sales, marketing, acquisitions, operations, recruiting and culture building.