Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene in The Woodlands Appoints Career Development Manager

by Melinda Gray

Linsey Ehle and Ken Brand

Linsey Ehle and Ken Brand

Ken Brand, sales manager of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene’s locations in The Woodlands area, has named real estate broker Linsey Ehle, GRI as the career development coach for The Woodlands and Magnolia Marketing Centers.

Ehle, a twelve year real estate veteran, has experienced success as both an individual producing  agent and the broker-owner of a boutique brokerage in Orange County, California. She first became a coach in 2006, and has most recently been working as an elite performance coach for the Tom Ferry coaching organization.
“Delivering high-performance results to our clients is what we’re all about. Arming our agents with modern transmedia marketing and Elite Performance Business Coaching is key to creating and delivering real estate services that insure wow results for our clients,” said Brand.  “Like our award-winning team members, Linsey is a savvy, accomplished and sincere professional.”
Ehle enjoys working with agents to develop lasting success and relationships by helping them identify the areas of the business that they love and develop smart action plans to make great things happen for their clients and their business.
“My focus is helping our agents discover the specific strategies, sharp actions and manageable means to successfully operate their business in a way that resonates with their personality and style,” said Ehle. “When an agent finds that balance, they love what they do, consistent execution is created, and their success surges. The personal joy experienced in running a successful real estate business is subsequently passed on to the client in positive forms that lead to superior results and satisfaction for our clients. Happy clients are the cornerstone for present and future success.”
When she’s not at the office, Ehle enjoys spending time with her three children and is an avid reader and skier. She chose to live in The Woodlands because the trees remind her of southern Oregon, where she spent her youth.
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