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6 Real Estate Networking Tips From The Experts
[11/13/2017]
Fortune Builders: Professor of marketing and Executive Director of Baylor Business Keller Center for Research, Andrea Dixon, is a featured expert in this story about real estate networking.
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When Agents Fail, They Need You Most
[9/24/2017]
Realtor Magazine: This piece reviews research from the 2016 Baylor University Keller Center Research Report about sales performance failure and how the "error management" approach can more successfully help real estate agents recover after failure.
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Combatting Real Estate Professionals’ Insecurity
[9/1/2017]
Nawar N. Chaker, PhD, David W. Schumann, PhD, Alex R. Zablah, PhD, and Daniel J. Flint, PhD


Have you ever felt insecure in your career? Have you ever doubted your ability to fulfill your job duties? If so, you are certainly not the only one in your field experiencing these emotions. While most are unwilling to admit their insecurity or discuss their self-doubt with their peers, insecurity is common among sales professionals.
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Foster Healthy Rivalry at Your Brokerage
[5/23/2017]
National Association of Realtors: This realtor advice article references a 2016 study published in the Keller Center Research Report that analyzed the performance of 117 salespeople and found that healthy rivalry as part of an office culture can override a person's competitive tendencies.
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Keller Center Research Report - December 2016
[12/1/2016]
The latest edition of the Keller Center Research Report from Baylor Business is here! The December 2016 issue is filled with insightful and helpful writing about fascinating new research in the real estate and sales industries.
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Living Small
[9/22/2016]
Business Review Podcast: Sleek, high tech and affordable micro housing in downtown metro areas is poised to disrupt the urban housing market, which hasn't seen change in over 150 years.
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Are 'Weekly Fantasy' Contests like FanDuel Games of Skill, or Gambling?
[11/2/2015]
WOAI-AM: Earl Grinols, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Economics in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, is featured in this online article focused on the emerging debate over fantasy football – game of skill or gambling? Grinols, an internationally recognized expert on the economics of gambling, argues that fantasy football leagues like Draft Kings and Fan Duel are examples of gambling. He contends that any comparison of fantasy football to investing in the stock market is off the mark. "In the stock market, every player can have a positive expected return," Grinols said. "None of that applies to gambling."
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Cold Calling Anxiety
[9/3/2015]
About Health: The Keller Center for Research in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business and a team of Baylor M.B.A. students partnered with the research and development department at Keller Williams Realty International to conduct a study about cold calling. The study sought to quantify the importance and effectiveness about cold calling as a prospecting tool and measure the effectiveness of cold calls.
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Hankamer School of Business Finds New, State-of-the-Art Home
[8/20/2015]
KWBU-FM: AUDIO: The new $100 million Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation is the new home of Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business. Media representatives were given a tour this week of the 275,000-square-foot building, which has an atrium, classrooms with the latest technology, collaborative study rooms and more than 250 office spaces. Interviewed for the story were Terry Maness, D.B.A., dean of Hankamer School of Business, and MBA student Kevin Mitchell.
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The 25 Business Schools that Offer the Best Education
[4/6/2015]
Business Insider: Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business is recognized in this article as being listed among the top 25 business schools with the best quality of education, as compiled by GraduatePrograms.com. According to the article, more than 10,000 current and former business school students were surveyed.
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