Spring, 2024: The Generational Issue

Generational gaps can be a workplace opportunity rather than an impediment. With up to five generations are now collaborating as leaders and association staff, AExperience invited five AEs for a roundtable discussion on bridging divides. Plus, since the announcement of NAR’s proposed settlement agreement, AEs have stepped up serve members and move the industry forward. Articles in this issue help to dispel myths and provide facts for AEs to explain to members how the settlement will impact their day-to-day business. Also in the spring 2024 issue: Improve your leadership savvy, streamline performance evaluations and get inside the mind of the member with columnist Bob Taylor, RCE. See you in Washington, D.C., May 4–9 for the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings.

In This Issue

2024 AEC Chair Theresa Hatton, RCE, discusses how association executives are on the frontlines, supporting members during a challenging market and helping to create understanding and information access in light of the recent NAR settlement announcement.
Cape Fear REALTORS® make dreams come true for Emily, a 19-year-old battling cancer whose wish was for a glamorous bedroom makeover.
Since the National Association of REALTORS® announced the proposed settlement resolving nationwide claims brought by home sellers related to broker commissions, there has been no shortage of misinformation on what it could mean for NAR, the industry and real estate professionals.
Events that bring past presidents together with current leadership teams benefit both groups: Current leaders get a chance to provide an association update, while past presidents get an opportunity to offer advice and support based on their experience.
Learn about the Boise Regional REALTORS® tool for committee members: Robert’s Rules of Order—the standard for parliamentary procedure at meetings.
Last year, the Missoula Organization of REALTORS® took a leading role as the city of Missoula, Mont. held its second annual Missoula Pride Parade.
John Fridlington, RCE, CAE—who had served as CEO of the Saint Paul Area Association of REALTORS® since 2015—passed away on Jan. 7, 2024.
As an association executive for more than 30 years, Texas REALTORS® CEO Travis Kessler shares how he stays relevant in a rapidly changing industry. The answer? Tap into the depth of knowledge of both experienced and new colleagues.


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