This issue of REALTOR® AE magazine shows you how to grow your career and the REALTOR® association AE profession.
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In This Issue
What it takes to build a long and successful AE career and how to know when it’s time to move on.
How to brand your personal and professional voice online.
Summary: Marc Lebowitz, RCE, CAE, shares new initiatives to aid in AEs professional development.
AEs have to be able to recognize opportunities, capitalize on resources, communicate concisely, and never stop expanding their own knowledge. This definition of success is a perfect fit for Angela Shields, RCE, CAE, CEO of the San Antonio Board of REALTORS®, Texas.
Local REALTOR® associations are focusing their charity efforts on the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 2016, following NAR's announced collaboration during the 2015 REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
Association charity events, fund-raisers, and other ideas to inspire your community involvement.
Associations are moving away from being perceived as a governing body that provides services to REALTORS® and toward recognition as a group of professionals that represents the interests of REALTORS® and home owners in the community.
This Code of Ethics training offers a highly engaging and interactive experience and qualifies for continuing education credits in select states.
Associations can customize the print and digital materials and use them in local markets by accessing the online ad generator at nar.realtor.
Theresa Hatton, RCE, executive director of the 800-member Greenwich Association of REALTORS® in Connecticut, received the NAR Leaders of Tomorrow Young Professionals Award at the 2015 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in San Diego. The award recognizes younger AEs who have fostered greater involvement and increased professionalism among their peers and REALTOR® members.
The Columbia Board of REALTORS® in Missouri now offers its members the personal security device Guard Llama - a Bluetooth-enabled fob that syncs with an app - as a member benefit to address ongoing concerns about REALTOR® safety.
These 19 REALTOR® AEs earned their REALTOR® association Certified Executive designation after an extensive course of study and exam. RCE is the only designation created specifically for REALTOR® association executives.
The Good Neighbor Award, which recognizes REALTORS® for making an extraordinary impact on their community through volunteer work, has become one of the most revered accolades that an NAR member can achieve. Their assoeciations take pride in having nominated and supported someone who does so much to help others in the community.
Leonard Pfeiffer presents the traits and skills that associations are looking for in an executive officer today.
Attracting younger generations to volunteer at your association can be difficult, but harder still may be attracting young professionals to work there. How can you entice talented young people to your organization and encourage them to pursue a career in REALTOR® association management?
NAR spends hundreds of thousands of dollars a year funding legal action involving associations, MLSs, and members to influence laws nationwide.