Do your member volunteers reflect the community you serve? Learn how to create an association that’s welcoming for all. Plus, AEs have intensified equal-housing efforts and implicit-bias training in the year since Newsday released its investigative report, and much more.
In This Issue
AE Misty Miller talks with author Mary Kelly about key takeaways from the book Why Leaders Fail and the 7 Prescriptions for Success.
You can be a catalyst for change by championing diversity with your leadership and being a welcoming presence in the community, says Minneapolis Area REALTORS® CEO Carrie Chang.
See how the Long Island Board of REALTORS®, and the industry at large, are responding to the Newsday fair housing investigation and combatting the underlying systemic problems that sustain housing inequity.
Brokers in some states are receiving letters claiming their websites are not fair housing compliant. NAR calls the letters a “trolling” effort but recommends measures to ensure website accessibility.
In the days leading up to the Nov. 3 election, associations are reaching out to ensure their members know all the options for making their voices heard.
Have policies in place so you can take action when your members engage in offensive or hateful speech in forums you control.
Metro MLS’s Chris Carrillo says explaining the potential fair housing ramifications of off-MLS listings helped bring skeptics around in support of the new policy.
Michelle Mills Clement, CEO of the Chicago Association of REALTORS®, is breaking down barriers both within her staff and between the city's 77 neighborhoods.