Ethics Over Instincts: Sharpening the Real Estate GPS | Virtual Livestream Via Zoom
Our sense of right or wrong and our tendency to do one thing over another thing is instinctive. Decision-making is often navigated on auto-pilot. In most cases, a REALTOR’S® auto-pilot or instincts are aligned with the Code of Ethics.
This required course will address common scenarios where instincts and ethics clash giving attendees an opportunity to adjust their practice as needed.
The course objectives are to:
- Raise awareness of unrecognized inherent conflicts of interest between agent and client
- Demonstrate, compare, and contrast the differences in attitudes and behaviors needed to address these
- Identify best practices and tools available to make corrections and work professionally, legally & ethically
- While the scenarios chosen are specific, the overarching objective is to encourage taking the time to hit our pause button and check our instincts against ethics in all situations.
Fulfills the Association 2019-2021 Membership Renewal Training Requirement and National Association of REALTORS® 2019-2021 Code of Ethics Training Requirement. Failure to complete this requirement by December 31, 2021, will result in the suspension of your REALTOR® membership on January 1, 2022, leading to possible termination of your membership on March 1, 2022, if still outstanding.
December 21st; 9:00am-12:30pm; VIRTUAL LIVESTREAM
FREE for members ($25 for non-members)
Tri-County Suburban REALTOR® Continued Member Training Requirement for 2019-2021
NAR Code of Ethics Training Requirement for 2019-2021
NOTE: This Class Does Not Provide Continuing Education Credits. Only This Specific Class Provides the Tri-County Continuing Member Training Requirement; Other Similar Classes Taken For License Renewal Do NOT Meet the Tri-County Requirement.
Richard Strahm – December 21st; 9:00am-12:30pm; VIRTUAL LIVESTREAM
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