NAR’s 2012 Leadership Academy is producing a card game called “Mind the Gap” to help bridge the generational divide between REALTORS®.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ 2012 Profile of International Home Buying Activity, released in June, shows that 52 percent of REALTORS® had at least one international transaction in the past year.
In the first training of its kind, four associations from Iowa and Illinois met in April to receive instruction from Bryan Wahl, NAR political consultant, on how local associations can tap into the wide array of resources available through the My REALTOR® Party (MRP) program.
“The Direct Connection to Growing Better Leaders” is NAR’s Association Leadership Development (ALD) department’s vision. It is the underlying impetus that drives the programs, products, and services that NAR offers for local and state association staff and volunteer leaders.
Leaders are everywhere. They reside in every city, every position, and every organization. Leaders are employees and volunteers; men and women; old and young. Leadership knows no ethnic, cultural, racial, or religious bounds. Just look around you.
Read about the National Association of REALTORS®' priorities for 2013.
The 2015 Leadership Summit offers an overview of REALTOR® association leadership challenges, trending industry topics and NAR updates with the goal of providing Presidents-Elect and their Staff Executives the opportunity to start planning for the year ahead.
The Association Models Planning Tool is your guide to association self-evaluation and strategic planning.
Plan to attend with your volunteer(s) as our keynote speaker, Charles McMillan, 2009 NAR President, delivers a message on REALTOR® industry issues.
Friday, Nov. 9, is Spirit Day at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando, Fla., and you have the opportunity to accessorize your members with emblems from your state, franchise, or other group network to show REALTOR® pride.