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As a REALTOR®, it’s important to develop and maintain a personal safety protocol for your business. In this free safety webinar from NAR, you’ll learn to look at safety from the perspective of a law enforcement professional. Adrian Manzanares has more than 20 years of experience as an officer and criminal investigator. Now, he’s a real estate broker and he’ll share his years of knowledge with you so you can apply simple safety strategies into your business that will help you stay alert and safe while on the job.
In this webinar you will learn:
To identify possible dangers you may face during client meetings and on property showings
How a lack of situational awareness can compromise your personal safety
To understand the mind set and mental preparation necessary to ensure personal safety during day-to-day operations
What a position of advantage is, how to use command presence and how to enact common safety practices in an effort to reduce the risk of compromising your personal safety
Adrian Manzanares is a REALTOR® in Colorado with more than 20 years of law enforcement experience. Prior to leaving law enforcement, he was a certified instructor in Field Training, Interview & Interrogation and Firearms. In addition to being an active producer, Adrian provides REALTORS® across the state with safety training. With his unique perspective of both law enforcement and real estate, the information he shares is essential to your day-to-day activities.