14 Dec 2015

Allen Tate Realtors® Earn MAESTRO™ Leadership Certification

Allen Tate Realtors Michele Early and Diane Wolfe have earned the MAESTRO Leadership Certification from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE), the world’s largest network of more than 500 premier, locally branded real estate firms in 50 countries.


Michele Early


Diane Wolfe

Brookshire, Phyllis

Phyllis Brookshire

Early, sales manager in the company’s Charlotte-SouthPark sales office and Wolfe, branch leader in the company’s Charlotte-Providence@485 sales office, were among 26 branch sales managers from top brokerages around the country who completed the inaugural program.

The program, based on proprietary and validated research, was created to address the critical industry need to develop talented and highly effective real estate leaders for the future. Offered exclusively to members of LeadingRE, MAESTRO is the first program of its kind in the industry, with the goal of using science and art to establish and practice leadership mastery.

Phyllis Brookshire, president of Allen Tate Realtors®, was among the faculty selected to lead this exclusive program. Other lead faculty members included Mike Staver of The Staver Group and Rosey Koberlein, CEO of Arizona-based Long Realty.

Participants, who applied to be accepted into the program, attended three live sessions held at LeadingRE’s Chicago headquarters that included lectures and interactive workshops incorporating real-life exercises, role play, case studies and group activities.

“We are delighted to have such an accomplished group of professionals graduate from our inaugural MAESTRO™ Leadership program,” said LeadingRE President/CEO Pam O’Connor.

“Their commitment to enhancing their leadership and coaching skills so they can take their agents and offices to even higher performance levels is commendable, and we congratulate them on this achievement.”

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