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Small Business Owners as Effective Trainers

In this competitive industry, how do you train people to develop the habits that lead to success? Read on to find some answers. 

The truth is, there is no shortcut to leading the way. Even so, there are things you can do to inch closer to being instrumental to the success of the people who look up to you. 


Practice What You Preach

This can reinforce your credibility and enhance the impact you make. Additionally, leading by example help you maintain a good reputation. You can also earn more respect when your actions match your words.  


Apply Creativity

Your training modules may have to be adjusted to suit different sets of trainees. Find creative ways to constantly develop your modules to keep them relevant, especially in an industry as dynamic as real estate.


Hold Your People Accountable

The outcome matters. Encourage your people to give their best performance so that they can expect the best results.  


Trust Your People

Have faith in their ability to apply what they have learned. Trust in their competence and willingness to help you realise the common business goals. The trust you give them will make them feel valued and motivated to exceed expectations.


Empower Your People

Give them the resources to succeed. Empowered employees can even win in areas veteran agents traditionally dominate in. That accomplishment would look good on their resume and your portfolio. 


Bonus tip: Another way to become an effective trainer is to stay up to date in your industry. You may use our website as a reference for real estate trends, market news and listings of home and business for sale Australia. If you want to know more, you may contact us by phone: 03 9226 9222, fax: 03 9078 6315 or email:

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