Attracting Top Talent

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As a business owner, you are in the talent business! In just four weeks, learn the secrets to attracting top talent and building a robust talent bench.

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According to Gary Keller, we are ALL in the talent business! When we experience pain in our business, there is usually a “who” missing. Identifying the right “who” is more critical than ever as business trends show an increased focus on sourcing talent. Regardless of whether it's your first hire or your hundredth, this program will give you the competitive edge to attracting top talent!

Join Holly Priestner, a Career Visioning Trainer and Keller Williams Realty International’s Vice President, as she shares proven methods for attracting top talent to your business. In this four-week program, Holly will guide you through positioning yourself as a “top place to work;” having conversations that attract the best of the best and building a bench that will ensure you never hire out of pain again!

  • Investment: $139
  • This program consists of 4 weekly one-hour webinars.
  • All calls will be recorded for your streaming purposes and you will receive access to these recordings upon signup.
What to Expect: 
Build the foundation that prepares you to find extraordinary talent.
Tell YOUR story: Be the partner talent dreams to work with!
Identify where to find the best of the best--talent is around every corner.
You met them, now what?
Retaining top talent: Are your dreams big enough?
Career Visioning, live the process.

Next course begins:
Friday, Sep 29, 2017 - 9:00 am CDT


Holly Priestner
Coach Information:
Holly Priestner is the Vice President of Keller Williams Realty International and a Career Visioning Trainer. She has successfully recruited talent to KWRI and top agent teams and is responsible for the development of the KWRI talent brand, LifeAtKWRI. She is known for finding and attracting top talent like KWRI Chief Innovation Officer Josh Team and for going head to head with Google, Apple and Amazon for innovators and disruptors.