C.A.R. has released its first executive report as part of its new Thought Leadership initiative. C.A.R. recently convened its first high-level roundtable event with CEOs from top national brokerages in order to hear their thoughts on the state of the industry. That discussion is the basis of this report. C.A.R.’s CEO Joel Singer moderated the panel.
C.A.R. was honored to have the following participants: Sherry Chris, CEO of Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate LLC; Chris Heller, President and Operating Principal of Keller Williams Worldwide; Earl Lee, CEO of Prudential Real Estate; Budge Huskey, CEO of Coldwell Banker Real Estate; and Charlie Young, CEO of ERA Franchise Systems LLC.
C.A.R.'s Thought Leadership program represents the Association’s ongoing commitment to enhancing the professionalism of its members. Executive reports are just one facet of the initiative, which is comprised of a set of strategic activities designed to elevate C.A.R.’s reputation and expand visibility among different publics. Simply put, to be viewed as a thought leader is increasingly important in today’s world.
Thought Leadership will place an emphasis on heightening intellectual engagement with tangible, resource-rich outcomes that can only enhance C.A.R.’s brand as it strives to maintain its position as a leading housing organization.