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What do you need to know about working with family? On this episode, I’m joined by Scott and Bryan Colemere to hear where they’ve gone wrong and how they’ve improved.
Takeaways + Tactics
- If you’re considering working with family, make sure you have a buy/sell agreement in place.
- In any business, it’s important to respect the time of your peers. Make sure you’re staying respectful of everyone you’re surrounded by. This applies when you work with family, as well.
- Never forget that your employees follow your lead in terms of behavior. If you’re late to meetings or seem disinterested, your team will base their behavior on that model.
Company culture is extremely important. Even if you’re seeing great results in terms of numbers, the reality is most people won’t remain in a culture that makes them unhappy. Make sure you’re offering value to everyone involved in your business and never underestimate the role happiness plays at work. Look for people who embody your values, and enact those values in front of them. Then, do whatever you can to retain them.
Scott Colemere joined the real estate industry in 1997. In addition to being recognized for his success and professionalism, The Salt Lake Board notes him as being in the top 5% of Realtors. Today, he’s a co-owner of Colemere Realty Associates, alongside his brother and father.
To contact Scott, email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Colemere is a co-owner of Colemere Realty Associates. Like his brother, Scott, he’s a third-generation Realtor, currently placed in the top 5% of agents on the Salt Lake Board. Bryan is active in the Salt Lake, Utah and Davis Counties.
To contact Bryan, email him on email@example.com
To find out more about Colemere Realty Associates, head to: www.colemererealty.com