Recently, our business participated in some training to help us improve our company culture. We focused this on understanding our personalities, what drives us as individuals, and how we can apply that to better understand each other and our customers.
For this training, we received high recommendations to use the Larcen Consulting Group. Carla Fugit was amazing. This wasn’t the first time that many of us had experienced personality training in our company.
We serve the retirement community, providing great homes and great communities for active adults, and we’re always looking for ways to improve and provide you with the best product on the market, and quality customer experiences.
There were many things we learned, that will help us improve, but there were also a few take-aways that I thought might be interesting to write about for our customers.
Getting The Most Out Of Your Community
The things I’m sharing, are not necessarily the opinion of the Larcen Consulting Group or their presenter. These are my own opinions and extrapolations that I formed. If you are interested in pursuing personality training, you would be best served to hire this group to give you a professional assessment and consultation.
Buying a home is an important decision. At Leisure Villas, we want to give you more than just another home. We want to create a community where people can retire to, and enjoy an elevated lifestyle.
Part of that lifestyle that we emphasize, deals with enjoying new friendships with others who are at your same stage of life. We also promote a fun healthy environment for your kids and grandkids to visit. People often credit our wonderful floorplans, but they also say how secure they feel living in our communities.
But what if you’re the sort of person that doesn’t like to party. Maybe you look at the clubhouse and wonder, why should I care? or, When will I ever use that?
Maybe you’re the sort of person who does like the parties, and wonders why your neighbor is being such a downer.
The thing is, we aren’t all cut from the same cloth. We all have different things that motivate, inspire, and excite us. Most importantly, this is great!
Diversity is fun, challenging, and stimulating.
In our communities, sure you’ll find others like you. Likely you’ll become great friends. Beyond them, you’ll get to meet and interact with folks from all walks of life. Often, it’s our differences that bring us closer together, and frankly, who doesn’t want to be a part of something?
You don’t have to go to every party, or be involved in every little thing. Maybe your best friends will be the ones you see, only when you’re picking up your mail, or the ones you meet when you go to an HOA board meeting.
The idea of an elevated lifestyle means that all people, regardless of their personalities, can come together and create something great. That’s what we’re all about. By bringing what is best about you, your strengths, your passions, and yes, even your weaknesses, and combining those with a neighborhood of others who want to be part of something, not merely another house on the street, you can create what we affectionately call “Community.”
We build communities, not subdivisions. We build lifestyle, not just living places. You’ve lived other places before, among which were likely some great places. We want our 55+ communities to be at least as good, hopefully better, and it’s all about the people.