Johnny Pfeiffer previously led Colorado brokerage Slifer, Smith and Frampton. In his new purpose, he’ll recommend sector leaders on staff retention difficulties.
Real estate technology startup Tribus declared this 7 days that it has employed Johnny Pfeiffer, previously the CEO of a productive brokerage, to serve as a “success coach” at the corporation.
In a statement, Tribus defined that in his new part Pfeiffer will mentor Tribus’ shoppers on staff retention and recruiting. Pfeiffer’s direction will be element of a coaching plan that Tribus released past 12 months, and is a response to desire from marketplace leaders for a lot more aid finding and holding personnel.
The assertion more notes that Pfeiffer’s coaching will be particularly useful amid the so-identified as “great resignation,” which refers to the at the moment restricted labor market place and a craze between some personnel to more willingly leave their careers.
Pfeiffer beforehand expended two many years doing work at Colorado brokerage Slifer, Smith and Frampton. He concluded his a long time at the company as CEO and retired in 2019. The statement notes that Slifer, Smith and Frampton has a lot more than 30 locations all through Colorado and did $3.4 billion in profits volume final year.
In the assertion, Pfeiffer described Tribus as acquiring “an exceptional track record in the genuine estate sector.”
“I was very familiar with them from the true estate profits and management side of the organization and welcomed the possibility to be concerned in their expansion of brokerage guidance,” he extra.
News of Pfeiffer’s employing arrives about two weeks right after Tribus disclosed that it experienced partnered with Slifer, Smith and Frampton to present new information and facts applications in just the Tribus tech system. The equipment, identified as the “Hot Sheet” and “Seller Updates,” function as e-mail courses that present market updates to brokers and their clients.
Other than its rather new coaching program, Tribus is regarded for offering consumer real estate sites and client marriage administration software, amid other factors. Like Slifer, Smith and Frampton, the organization is based in Colorado.
In a assertion, Tribus CEO Eric Stegemann stated the corporation has been “on the lookout for an individual that would be quickly recognizable and trusted,” and who could enable recommend clients on difficulties linked to retention. And he explained Pfeiffer as another person who “brings decades of experience and passion for the industry paired with his under no circumstances-ending want to mentor and aid business office managers, workers, and owners in their day by day successes.”
“Now when a brokerage symptoms up for any level of assistance at Tribus,” Stegemann concluded, “they get quick obtain to him and his wealth of information.”
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