The Ray White Group began their conference this morning with the opening of the Ray White Property Management Conference by business performance executive Zac Snelling, who looks after the property management group of Ray White.
In his opening comments, Zac acknowledged the outstanding work of the property management team and spoke in particular of the collective commitment that was demonstrated for the landlord event in November 2016. He also emphasised the education offering of the Ray White Group around the landlord and tenant guide and more recently the claimable expenses for landlords.
Carey Smith addressed the property management team and talked about the growth opportunities available for members, particularly built on a platform of outstanding service.
Annie Gregg gave an address focused on quality communication, leadership and management principles. Her insights gave challenging references and were thought provoking.
Matthew Mewse is known as the ‘Telephone Man’. His address focused on the persuasion opportunities that the telephone can have with scripts and dialogues to assist in creating lead generation.
John Key, who served as the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand, spoke about his political career, particularly around entering politics, his local electorate and also of the significance of being the Prime Minister of the day. Some of the highlights included the response to the Christchurch earthquake, the withdrawal of the New Zealand Defense Force in Afghanistan and the Trans Pacific Partnership.
The property management group for Ray White now looks after 16,900 with a value of in excess of $10 billion for landlords across New Zealand.