Grow your property management culture by design — Step 7: Team

Jo-Anne Oliveri
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Published on May 19, 2014

Want to design your property management company’s team so it attracts clients and brings you results?

Every day your property management company is put on the line by one of your most volatile touchpoints — your team. But, if you design your team, your employees can not only attract clients and bring you results, but safeguard your company too.

You can design your team by asking yourself two questions when it comes to recruiting new employees: “Do they embody my designed culture?” and “Do they align with my designed brand?” These questions help you determine whether prospective employees match your designed company and so can help you attract clients, bring you results, and safeguard your company.

To find out how to design your company’s team (and hear an insider’s tip), watch the video below to hear Jo-Anne Oliveri, Founder and Managing Director of property management business solutions company, ireviloution intelligence, chat about Step 7: Team.

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Jo-Anne Oliveri

Jo-Anne Oliveri is Managing Director of ireviloution intelligence in East Brisbane, Australia, which empowers principals and property management teams creating and operating business by design.

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