Believe it or not! Trying to define what company culture represents to your broker associates and clientele is very hard to do, especially when those within your brokerage have different thoughts and varying ideals and beliefs that they want to express in their respective approaches to the real estate business.
Sure, the organizational leadership can create bold mission statements about core values and integrity, as well as providing thoroughly thought-out action steps as to how the company operates to provide the upmost service to its consumer base. But in reality, do the right words on paper actually define the inner fabric of an organization regarding its identity and operational capabilities? Probably not.
What makes Selley Group Real Estate, LLC different from other traditional real estate brokerages? As the Broker/Owner, I could write a book about the differences though we share some commonalities about giving topnotch service and relying on well-traveled business experiences.
Yet, I want to share just one glaring aspect about our company culture that is developmentally growing as we mature with brokerage age. We have less corporate rules. In other words, we want our boutique brokerage to function from a platform of freedom.
No, Gordon and I have not regressed backed to the 60’s where an “anything goes” policy defines who we are or what we do. For instance, we haven’t seen anyone streak through our lobby, ever!
But having less rules and workplace regulations simply fuels the productive dynamics of our company. Ultimately, our culture grows healthily the more we can give back, rather than what we can control, duplicate and keep for ourselves. Who is the beneficiary? Those we serve!
All agents affiliated with Selley Group Real Estate, LLC are actively licensed in accordance to the laws of Colorado.
Portions of this article are written by Gordon, as framed by the expressed opinions of Cherise, but not proofread.