Where is your seat on the bus?

    Lauren PierceI’ve always had a passion for Real Estate. I would find myself looking at the MLS daily when I wasn’t even in the market to buy or sell and always wondered WHO PUTS THE LISTINGS ON THIS SITE?! I WANT TO BE THAT PERSON! Little did I know, I would be blessed with the opportunity to work for the #1 Real Estate Agent in the state of Kentucky and I would be that person! When I went home to my husband to discuss the possibility, he said “You have an opportunity to learn from the best, take it!” I even thought that one day I’d want to become a realtor but soon realized that wasn’t my seat on the bus.

    Your career is all about finding the right fit for you, what you do best. For a while I thought being an agent would be so fun and thought I’d do well but once I started working for Kelly I realized that it was the operational aspects of the Real Estate business that more intrigued me. Recruiting, interviewing, training, optimizing systems and processes are all critically important parts of how a Real Estate team and business function. As the Operations Manager for the Kelly Anne Harris Team, I feel as though I have been able to help others find their seat on our bus. It’s great to work for a company who only wants to see you excel and if that means changing roles along the way to make sure you find your fit, that’s what we’ll do when we know we’ve got talent.

    Once you fill your bus with the right people in the right seats, it becomes less a question of where you’re headed—and instead, how far you can go. I am so grateful to be a part of the Kelly Anne Harris Team and seeing how far we’ve come in such little time, it’s crazy to think of where we could be even a year from now!

    Lauren Pierce

    Kelly Anne Harris Team

    Operations Manager

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