Do you feel stuck, stale, or stagnant? You are not alone! Gary fumbled around early in his multifamily career and remained stagnant for years. But that all changed when he learned a new strategy — two boss moves that led to promotion after promotion. Even with failures along the way, he continued to apply the “boss moves” and grew. Lead into a super 2023 with two boss moves that can change the trajectory of your career, the success of your team, and the satisfaction of your customers.
Identify the three main areas to focus on as a Regional/District/ Community Manager.
Investigate how to create a strategy to improve three focus areas.
Initiate the most valuable tactics to increase your chances for success and those around you.
Gary Gregory is a transformational Leadership Coach who brings impactful experiences, tools, and knowledge to equip the SUPER within you so you can steward the FANTASTIC around you. He is recognized as a two-time best-selling author and has been in multifamily leadership roles for over 20 years. Gary is also a former sponsored triathlete, Ironman, ultramarathoner, and personal trainer.
Chief Executive Officer at Grace Hill
Kendall Pretzer is the Chief Executive Officer at Grace Hill. Kendall joined the team in 2018 after Grace Hill purchased her company, The Strategic Solution, joining policies and procedures with training. Prior to being appointed Grace Hill’s CEO in May 2021, Kendall served as Chief Operating Officer overseeing Account Management, Customer Success, and People Success.
Named as a GlobeSt. Woman of Influence in 2022, Kendall has worked in both multifamily and commercial real estate for over 30 years. She has worked with Trammell Crow Residential, Gables Residential, R&B Commercial Management, and Security Capital/Archstone companies serving in many roles: vice president of training and marketing, senior regional manager, financial analyst, project manager and assistant director of business development. She holds a BBA in Finance from Texas Tech University and is a 2015 NAA Lyceum graduate. She’s an avid tennis player, has been married to her husband Fred for 32 years, and has two children, Allison and Ben.