Gosling joins KW Bermuda as team leader
Long-time realtor Beth Gosling has joined Keller Williams Bermuda in the newly formed position of Team Leader.
The company said Mrs Gosling will “help to realise a vital element of the Keller Williams ethos, which is to put education of agents at the forefront with in-house training, coaching and productivity coaching.”
Albert Moura, owner and chief executive officer of KW Bermuda, said: “We are extremely pleased that Beth has joined our team and is not only leading the way with training and mentoring of staff, but overseeing the recruitment of new team members.
“With the Keller Williams training model, our agents will be given the opportunity to become some of the most educated, productive and motivated in Bermuda.”
Mrs Gosling started in real estate in Bermuda in 1984 and, apart from a four-year stint working for a property attorney as a legal assistant, has worked in real estate sales for more than 30 years.
The new position will give her the opportunity to share her experience and additional insights from Keller Williams through the instructor and training manuals, videos and business tools that are supplied to assist with in-house training.
Mrs Gosling said: “Beyond the training, my role includes the recruitment of new team members. That means I’m interested in hearing from people who are experienced as well as from people who are not necessarily in the industry, but are looking for a change in career.
“If you’ve got the right mindset and skills, chances are you have the qualities needed for a great career in real estate.”
In addition to training and technology, KW Bermuda agents benefit from being able to attend one of two annual conventions, obtain accreditation and, as members of the KW Luxury Division, be given more global exposure.
Mrs Gosling represents KW Bermuda on the executive committee of the real estate division of the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, and is chairwoman of the legal and banking sub-committee as well as sits on the ethics and resolutions sub-committee.
“I feel it’s important to remain up-to-date with and, where possible, be a part of real estate legislation of the future,” said Mrs Gosling.
“Ongoing educational training will become part of our licence requirements this year, with the Chamber of Commerce offering a number of learning opportunities for earning the requisite number of credits as well as individual companies such as Keller Williams Bermuda teaching in-house”.
To find out more about recruitment possibilities at KW Bermuda, Mrs Gosling can be contacted on 236-0737 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. KW Bermuda has offices on Berry Hill Road, Paget, and a website at www.kwbermuda.com
Island mourns Bean, first black commissioner
Teachers taught a lesson
Winner Kirk blazes a trail
Tigers to face Heat in final
Take Our Poll