This advanced course REALTOR® Leadership Program is for leaders of all kinds–individual leaders, organizational leaders and association leaders–who are interested in advancing their skills.
This intermediate-level course in the REALTOR® Leadership Program is designed to help you understand the benefits of leadership development, the role of leaders in REALTOR® associations, how to develop strategic planning skills, manage risk and gain confidence in your role as a leader.
This course provides a comprehensive overview to give you the confidence you need to pursue a leadership role with the REALTOR® association.
The REALTOR® Leadership Program (RLP) is designed to produce quality REALTOR® leaders that are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead local and state associations.
New! Based on your feedback, Leadership 200 and Leadership 300 have expanded to allow 100 attendees to accommodate demand at the local and state level.
Learn about how to volunteer to serve on the Association Executives Committee.
This page explains the purpose, organization and procedures of various association committees, subcommittees, and work groups.
Cora Baker, RCE
New Smyrna Beach Board of REALTORS® (FL)
Jody Condie, RCE
Steamboat Springs Board of REALTORS® (CO)
Nancy Donahue Jones, RCE, CAE, LTG
Hawaii Association of REALTORS®
Anne Gardner, RCE, CAE
Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® (VA)
These materials were prepared by the National Association's Member Policy Department to assist boards and associations in administering and enforcing the Designated REALTOR® Dues Formula.
This document has as its basis the first recommendation of the Leadership Team Report on Code of Ethics Enforcement which provides. Here are the specific articles and sections of the National Association's Bylaws which support the first recommendation.
While strong, cooperative relationships among the different entities of the REALTOR® association have long been the strength of the organization, there are times when conflicts arise and associations need a “little help from their friends” to help resolve differences.