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Scottsdale, Arizona, November 16, 2017 (Newswire) -Multifamily Leadership has announced the official ranking for the 2018 “Best Places to Work Multifamily” Program. Winners found out how they ranked at the Multifamily Leadership Summit held in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Multifamily Industry, serving apartments and their residents, contributes more than $3.5 billion to the economy everyday, supporting more than 12.3 million jobs. Not only do apartment homes drive jobs that strengthen local communities, individuals and families realize the value of renting as a smart choice in today’s economy.
As CEOs and multifamily executive teams create culture and innovation around the resident experience, employee engagement is seen as a key driver to meet multiple challenges. The Best Places to Work Multifamily™ program recognizes those companies that have established and consistently foster outstanding workplace environments.
The rigorous assessment process evaluated each company’s employee policies and procedures as well as responses from the company’s employees. The program is part of a long-term initiative to encourage growth and excellence throughout the Multifamily Apartment Industry and to attract new leaders to the industry.
If you want to know if it’s a great place to work, you ask the people who work there. Patrick Antrim, Founder and CEO of Multifamily Leadership says, “Employee engagement is actually a much more powerful indicator of organizational success than the size of the company, as employee engagement is tied to behavior and higher performance.”
The program also helps companies that want to improve their business. The “Employee Feedback Report” is presented to each participating company, even if it did not make the list. The report summarizes employee engagement and satisfaction data, the “Multifamily Leadership Benchmark Report,” and the transcript of employee written comments. The report is used by many organizations to make significant improvements in their workplace culture.
Antrim further states, “companies have been measuring resident satisfaction for years and the leading indicator for organizational success is the link between employee engagement and the resident experience. Employees are presented with hundreds of opportunities each day to be their best, but it’s the behavior that drives a successful organization, not satisfaction or size.”
At the summit, benchmark data compiling research specific to the Multifamily Industry from organizations reaching across 50 states and D.C was revealed. Multifamily leaders looking to fast-track their success will leverage what best in class organizations are doing to create great resident experiences and strong financial results through the engagement of their employees.
The business environment of the 21st century is characterized not just by competition and ever-increasing technologies, but also by a heightened appreciation for the quality of the workplace. In a world of continuously shrinking margins and challenges attracting next generation workforce, a progressive leadership strategy is critical to creating and sustaining a competitive advantage. One measure of such strategies is the quality of the workplace experience. Indeed, the enhanced awareness of the importance of creating great workplaces is evidenced by the growing body of literature regarding workplace excellence.
Numerous studies show a strong correlation between profitability and creating a great place to work. In addition to the positive effect the award has on their employee relations and recruitment, the driving force for companies to participate is the remarkable effect that workplace improvements can have on their bottom line.
Nationally Ranked 2018 Best Places to Work Multifamily, in order:
Q10 Property Advisors
CWS Apartment Homes
Carter-Haston Real Estate Holdings, LLC
The Management Group
Pollack Shores Real Estate Group, LLC and Matrix Residential, LLC
Fogelman Management Group
Drucker & Falk
The REMM Group
Carroll Management Group
Cardinal Group Management
Blue Ridge Companies, Inc
Alco Management, Inc
Berger Rental Communities
Benson Integrated Marketing Solutions
For more information about, and to register for, the “Best Places to Work in Multifamily” program, go to www.multifamilyleadership.com.
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., November 3, 2017 (Newswire) -The Multifamily Leadership Summit, held Nov. 15-17, 2017, will give the forward-looking Multifamily Executive access to a unique mix of thought-provoking content that will challenge attendees to think differently about the Multifamily industry.
Many Multifamily operators think the next big thing is how they will leverage technology like Google Home, the Internet of Things (IoT) or even Amazon Alexa. That way of thinking challenged Multifamily Leadership founder and CEO Patrick Antrim to create a venue that was focused on embracing innovation when disruption is fast approaching.
“The Summit will change your perspective about what’s next for Multifamily. Linear thinking today won’t cut it when technology and innovation permeate every aspect of our lives,” says Patrick Antrim. “Embracing disruption and innovation is crucial to every apartment owner and manager that operates in this space, underwriting deals today with proformas looking 10-20 years forward must prepare for what is coming their way; there is too much at stake.”
Those that believe they have it all figured out must think again. Innovation surprises robust companies just like it did with when Airbnb changed the way you planned your hotel stay or Uber and Lyft with the automotive industry, and most recently the grocery business with the Amazon purchase of Whole Foods. One of the key Summit highlights is a session promising to deliver controversy and insight on “what’s next.” Mike Mueller, CEO of LeaseHawk and longtime industry innovator, will share what disruption looks like for the industry. Mike predicted the future of music when he spoke at the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and passed around an MP3 player way before the iPod was released. He launched AllApartments.com, one of the first Internet Listing Services (ILS) to catalog all the apartments in the U.S., when everyone thought that print was the way to go and created the first apartment video tour before the birth of YouTube.
Antrim states, “People are the last real competitive advantage in the Multifamily market today and a leader’s hardest decisions involve people and their changing roles in the organization. Certainly the innovation coming our way will reshape how people work in Multifamily. The Multifamily Leadership Summit is where leadership, disruption and innovation converge.”
The summit will also celebrate the top 25 companies with the only employer-recognition program of its kind – The Best Places to Work in Multifamily™. Organizations named to the Best Places to Work in Multifamily™ list see a tremendous impact on all marketing they conduct. They use the distinction to enhance their employee recruiting efforts, increase the effectiveness of the organization’s marketing to reach residents and improve their reputation within the community, state and industry.
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Patrick Antrim (800) 803-8094
Scottsdale, Arizona, September 29, 2017 (Newswire) – Multifamily Leadership announced more great sessions and top executive speakers. One session, “The Shared Economy’s Impact on Leasing,” will focus on leveraging the shared rental marketplace and providing solutions to some unanswered questions. Multifamily Executives will take the conversation from policing shared rentals to leveraging technology in order to have better control of their brand, their property, and their ability to increase revenue in this new marketplace. The shared economy is going to have an impact on Multifamily Operators; session attendees will find out exactly how and why.
The industry is already facing a steep increase in demand for apartment households, with experts estimating that some 4.6 million apartments will be required by 2030 due to population growth, immigration, and the ever-changing nature of lifestyle preferences. The Multifamily Leadership Summit will explore how Apartment Operators can position their company for success through innovation of the leasing experience and managing the apartment of the future. Multifamily Executive leaders understand that talent is their last real competitive advantage and leading companies must also innovate the leasing experience as it is one of the most important leading indicators of financial success.
The 2017 Multifamily Leadership Summit has secured top Multifamily Executive leaders and industry innovators: Eric R. Broughton (co-founder and CEO of ApartmentJet, a short-term rental platform for multifamily owners with vacant units), Erik Eccles (co-founder and CEO of UrbanDoor, a booking engine for serviced apartments using technology to manage the process and reduce risk), and Sean Conway (co-founder and CEO of Pillow, the first collaborative solution between Multifamily Property Owners and residents that opens the door to extra income), Mike Mueller (President of LeaseHawk who is taking flight with a new communications platform to elevate the leasing experience and offering business intelligence for multifamily management companies with the ability to audit the effectiveness of their marketing and employee performance).
“Companies have been measuring their resident satisfaction for years. One thing that has clearly emerged from this research is that the leading indicator for organizational success is the link between employee engagement and the resident experience,” explained Patrick Antrim, the founder and CEO of Multifamily Leadership.
The Multifamily Leadership Summit aims to build robust and sustainable leadership that focuses on long-term vision and innovation to enhance the leasing experience and manage the apartment of the future. Attendees can fast-track their success to leverage the best-in-class strategies to create great resident experiences, strong financial results, and increase employee engagement and satisfaction.
The Multifamily Leadership Summit will take place November 15th – 17th, at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort and Villas. Registration is already open and those interested in attending are advised to book early. The Summit, like no other event offered in Multifamily, allows the highest level Multifamily Executives to come together with their peers and design the future of Multifamily. Attendees travel with their families and enjoy all the benefits of the resort destination to hike, golf, wine taste, and explore more than 165 local restaurants. Attendees will soon discover that enjoying the great outdoors is part of the Scottsdale local way of life.
For more information about the Multifamily Leadership Summit, please visit http://www.multifamilyleadership.com. For media inquiries, please contact Patrick Antrim at (800) 803-8094 or email at [email protected]. News about the Summit can also be followed on Twitter using the hashtag #MFLSummit.
About the Multifamily Leadership Summit
The Multifamily Leadership Summit is a place where multifamily executive leaders come together to reinvision the leasing experience and design the future of multifamily. The Summit purposefully embraces fresh ideas and innovation within the apartment industry. For more information on this one-of-a-kind leadership summit, please visit the Multifamily Leadership Summit website.
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