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Team Culture To Help You Retain and Attract Talent

If your business is struggling to retain and attract talent. In that case, it is probably because you are not taking into consideration the most crucial aspect of your business: the work environment. Having a healthy and productive environment makes all the difference between a happy employee and an uncomfortable one.

In this Team Building Podcast episode, Jeff goes over the top things he did to change his team culture to one that is productive, happy, and always looking for growth.


The DISC Test

A team consists of individuals with diverse personalities, values, and behaviors. Understanding and embracing these differences is crucial for fostering a harmonious and effective work environment.


One popular framework for understanding and categorizing personalities is the DISC model. By creating diverse teams that have each personality type, they can achieve a balance that leads to better collaboration, increased productivity, and enhanced overall performance.


The DISC model divides personalities into four main types: Dominant, Influential, Steady, and Conscientious. Each type possesses distinct characteristics that shape their approach to work and interaction with others.



Team Culture: Weekly Meetings

To foster a strong team culture, it is crucial to establish regular communication channels where every team member has the opportunity to contribute and be heard. At Elite Real Estate Systems, team leaders and their staff have daily meetings to maintain top communication and avoid misunderstanding.


The idea of having weekly or daily meetings is also to make a strong bond between the team to create a safe and inclusive environment where everyone feels encouraged to share their perspectives.


This open communication allows for the exchange of diverse viewpoints, leading to more comprehensive decision-making and problem-solving.




Team Culture: Training

Training is a critical component of building a strong team culture that empowers individuals to excel in their roles and contribute to the overall success of the team. It goes beyond just equipping team members with the necessary skills; it also instills a sense of value and purpose, helping them understand their importance in achieving common goals.


Empowering Solutions-Oriented Mindset

Effective training programs focus on developing a solutions-oriented mindset within the team. By providing comprehensive training, team members are equipped with the knowledge and skills to tackle challenges and find innovative solutions.


Continuous Learning and Development:

Training should not be a one-time event but an ongoing process. Encouraging continuous learning and development within the team keeps them up-to-date with industry trends, technologies, and evolving best practices.



Type of Event To Build Culture: Spending time with people and getting to know them is the key to a strong team culture. Create opportunities for team members to spend time together, get to know one another on a personal level, and build trust. These shared experiences can be facilitated through various types of events.


The ERS team has recognized and recommended three main team-building activities and spaces where employees and leaders can get to know each other, network, and build trust.


Agents and Staff Only Events

Hosting events exclusively for agents and staff allows team members to bond and connect in a more relaxed setting. Consider organizing events such as a movie night or a BBQ where everyone can come together, unwind, and enjoy each other's company outside the work environment. These events provide an opportunity for team members to engage in casual conversations, share common interests, and develop deeper relationships.


Event + One

Incorporating significant others into team events is a great way to extend the sense of community beyond the workplace. By inviting team members' partners to join in activities like dinners, outings, or team-building exercises, you create an inclusive environment that recognizes and values the support system behind each individual.



All-Inclusive Events:

To foster a truly inclusive team culture, consider organizing events that involve a wide range of participants, including past clients, future clients, family members, and agents. These events can take the form of community gatherings, charity events, or social gatherings. By involving different stakeholders, you create an environment that promotes collaboration, networking, and shared experiences.


Team Culture to Retain Top Talent

Team culture is essential to retaining top talent because it creates an environment where employees feel valued, engaged, and motivated. A positive team culture fosters a sense of belonging and camaraderie, making employees more likely to stay with the company long-term.


When employees feel connected to their team and have strong working relationships, they are more inclined to invest their time and energy into their work.



Start Team Culture Building Today

Don't wait to build a strong team culture that attracts and retains top talent. Start today with ERS and take your team's success to new heights. Contact us now to learn how we can help you create a positive and thriving team culture.





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