REIQ WIRE SPEAKER SHERRY CHRIS: VALUES-LED LEADERSHIP

Felicity Moore

06/08/2018
Inspirational speaker on leadership and real estate issues, US Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate CEO Sherry Chris, is speaking at the REIQ WIRE event this week, 9 August.

Ms Chris has been named one of the most influential real estate leaders in the US by Inman News and Brad Inman named her Inman Innovator of the Year in 2010.

Mr Inman, keynote speaker at REIQ Summit 2018, said Ms Chris's leadership style was to be accessible to all.

“Entrepreneurs adore her, aspirational young women leaders follow her lead and her old boy peers have come to realise they have much more to learn from her than she does from them,” said the outspoken entrepreneur behind Inman News and the Inman Connect conferences.

“Plus, all of the industry trade groups ask her to speak, seek her advice and beg her to serve on their boards and committees,” he said.

“What is her secret? Maybe it is her Canadian roots or her Irish background. Or maybe it is the fact that she understands leadership is purely about serving others,” Mr Inman said.

REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella said Ms Chris would be sharing her insights with Queensland WIRE attendees.

“She’s an inspirational speaker, an amazing powerhouse leader and her presentation is going to be amazing. I can’t wait for our real estate professionals to meet her and hear from her directly,” Ms Mercorella said.

“She will also talk about values-led leadership and how culture begins at the top.

“She’s well-known and respected for her insights into the younger property consumer and her comments will have relevance for our real estate practitioners looking to connect with that demographic,” she said.

Grab your tickets to REIQ WIRE, Thursday, 9 August: REIQ.com/WIRE

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EDITORS: Limited interview opportunities are available. Contact me if you’d like a chat with Ms Chris before Thursday’s event. 

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