The good news is, there are hundreds of resources available to help you lead your local REALTOR® association. The bad news is, there are hundreds of resources available to help you lead your local REALTOR® association!
You are a volunteer. You have a business to run and a personal life. Plus, your time serving the association is usually limited. Once you get the hang of things, you’re out the door. We get it. That’s why we’ve sifted through the hundreds of resources to highlight some of the best.
The leadership bench is deep in Indiana and we best know our members. Join your peers—other local REALTOR® association leaders—at this annual meeting hosted by IAR. We can help each other not reinvent the wheel or repeat mistakes.
A value proposition is a promise to customers—in our case, members—that your goods or services are not only different, but better than the competition’s. A value proposition is different from a mission or purpose statement because it’s rooted in your customer’s/member’s language, not your own. That’s what makes it difficult to craft, but NAR has boiled this necessary process down.
We at IAR used NAR’s process to create a value proposition. Check ours out as an example.
IAR Value Proposition & Member Benefits
Find out exactly what your association must do on an annual basis to uphold the REALTOR® brand. It’s chock full of inspiration, too!
Most human resources responsibility lies with a REALTOR® association’s CEO, but association leadership will find several elements of the Human Resources toolkit to be useful. Elements such as chief staff evaluation, succession planning, and the CEO/AE search process to name a few.