What is this role?
We admit that things are a little different at the Dave Friedman Team at Keller Williams, but that’s what makes it such a rewarding and exceptional place to work.
We call our Sales Supervisors “Coaches” for a few reasons:
What does this role do?
A Performance Coach (Sales Supervisor) achieves success through the development and effectiveness of his/her sales agent team. They build strong, trusting relationships with others and are decisive in driving the DFT culture. They use their positive influence and leadership to help sales agents succeed and advance their own careers. This position additionally leads and manages other aspects of team experience including performance management and compliance.
What’s a typical day look like?
Responsibilities will vary, however common components include:
Is it you?
To begin your journey as a Performance Coach (Sales Supervisor), we’d want you to have the ability to:
Voted Best Realtor in Charleston and top finalist every year since 2013, it is easy to say that Dave Friedman is committed to his work. These prestigious awards, given to one realtor out of more than 6,000 in Charleston’s tri-county area, have been earned by Dave with the Charleston City Paper and Post and Courier. He has been named a Top Producing Realtor for 17 years, and is the #1 team in the Charleston tri-county area by both families served and volume. He’s also been featured on HGTV’s show House Hunters. Dave has closed over 1,500 transactions over his 19+ years in real estate, earning countless raving fan reviews. He works hard to get the deal a buyer is looking for and averages $10,000 more savings for buyers than the average realtor. Dave sells 95% of his listings within 5 days, and for 100% of asking price for sellers. This exceeds the area averages putting $6,800 more in a sellers pocket and selling it 43 days faster than the average Realtor.