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LEARN TO BE A LEADERJoin “Learn to be a Leader,” a workshop that will help develop and enhance your leadership skills in real estate and in your community. The leadership workshop will be held on Thursday, September 7, from 9:30 a.m. (check-in) till 3:30 p.m. at SILVAR. The workshop will include guest speakers and the National Association of REALTORS® Leadership 200 Program, which will be facilitated by Steve Francks, RCE, CAE, CEO of the Washington Association of REALTORS®.

Steve Francks is an innovative leader recognized for his contributions on a regional and national level and has served as 2011 National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Association Executives Committee chair. Francks is a NAR Leadership Program facilitator. He will be facilitating this interactive course that will prepare you to assume greater leadership responsibilities within your association and beyond.

The following special guests will share their leadership experiences:
Linda Lee is a 2011 graduate of the NAR Leadership Academy and holds various leadership positions at local, state and national levels – as president of Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS®, state secretary and 2015 president of the Women’s Council of REALTORS® California chapter and NAR national chair of Conventional Financing and the lending policy committee. Lee is also NAR’s President Liaison to China.

Joe Simitian is a Santa Clara County Supervisor who represents the Fifth District, which includes Cupertino, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Saratoga, Stanford, and portions of Sunnyvale and San Jose. His public service includes stints as a member of the California State Senate and California State Assembly, mayor of Palo Alto, and president of the Palo Alto School Board. He served as an election observer/supervisor in El Salvador and Bosnia. His community involvement includes service with Adolescent Counseling Services, Acterra, Leadership Mountain View, and the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.

At the leadership workshop you will learn to:
• Develop your leadership style
• Participate effectively in meetings
• Learn conflict resolution tools
• Develop strategic planning skills
• Manage risk

This leadership workshop is being coordinated by SILVAR’s Global Business Council and is open to all real estate professionals. Cost, which includes lunch, is $25 for members and $40 for non-members. There is limited seating for this course, so register today at ims.silvar.org, or call SILVAR at (408) 200-0100.

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Left to right are Lehua Greenman (Membership Committee Chair), SILVAR President Chris Isaacson, Joe Brown, San Mateo County Supervisor William Slocum, Larry Tringali, Steve Trolan, Supervisor Joe Simitian (who served as auctioneer), Tom Gordon, Bill Weseloh, Mike Frangadakis, Kelly Hutter, Derrick Felton, Bill Moody and Frank Limon.

Left to right are Lehua Greenman (Membership Committee Chair), SILVAR President Chris Isaacson, Joe Brown, San Mateo County Supervisor Warren Slocum, Larry Tringali, Steve Trolan, Supervisor Joe Simitian (who served as auctioneer), Tom Gordon, Bill Weseloh, Mike Frangadakis, Kelly Hutter, Derrick Felton, Bill Moody and Frank Limon.

SILVAR members honored the country’s veterans this week, including their own, at the Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club. More than 150 members and guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres, beverages and live music, while bidding on fabulous items at the live and silent auctions on Wednesday night. Thanks to the generous donations from sponsors and members who bid generously, the event grossed over $45,000 for the SILVAR Veterans Scholarship Fund.

The SILVAR Veterans Scholarship Fund is a new component of the Silicon Valley REALTORS® Charitable Foundation’s focus on education. The scholarship fund will support eligible U.S. veterans and eligible dependents of deceased veterans residing in SILVAR’s traditional service area who wish to further their education.

Leading everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance was Bill Weseloh, a longtime SILVAR member and U.S. veteran. Tina Kyriakis, also a SILVAR member, sang “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Serving as masters of ceremonies were Santa Clara County District 5 Supervisor Joe Simitian, who also was the evening’s auctioneer, and Lehua Greenman, Silicon Valley REALTORS® Charitable Foundation trustee and chair of SILVAR’s Membership Committee.

SILVAR President Chris Isaacson and Greenman welcomed guests to the special event. They recognized special guests present, including San Mateo County District 4 Supervisor Warren Slocum, who is also a U.S. veteran, having served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam 1966-67. They noted the country’s veterans have made many sacrifices “so we can live free and with liberty.”

A highlight of the event were the presentations of the Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition “for outstanding and invaluable service to the community” from U.S. Representative Anna Eshoo and a Certificate of Commendation from the County of Santa Clara presented by County Supervisor Joe Simitian to the Silicon Valley Association of REALTORS® and all REALTOR® Veterans.

The presentations were followed by a recognition of all U.S. veterans present at the event, including those who had registered, but were unable to be present that evening. Recognized at the podium were Supervisor Slocum, Bill Weseloh (U.S. Army), Frank Limon (U.S. Army 1965-68, Vietnam 1965-67), Mike Frangadakis (Vietnam 1967-70, currently with the California State Military Reserve); Derrick Felton, (U.S. Army 1988-1992, Persian Gulf), Tom Gordon (U.S. Air Force 1984-1988, Edwards Air Force Base, CA.); Steve Trolan (U.S. Army 1981-85, Fort Shafter, HI 1987-1994, U.S. Army Reserve, 12th Special Forces); Larry Tringali (U.S. Navy Corpsman 1967-69), Kelly Hutter (U.S. Air Force 1985-1993), Bill Moody (U.S. Army, Vietnam 1966-68); John Tripp (Pacific Theater, 1947-1956); and Joe Brown (U.S. Air Force 1969-73, Vietnam 1970-71).

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