The first of four events will be held in Brisbane (AAP Image/Darren England) And, for the first time, men will also take to the microphone.“As an agent, I didn’t see inequality, I saw that you got what you put in,” Ms Storer said.“There are opportunities but we need to have conversations around issues like returning to work after having a baby, flexible working arrangements … building support teams.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago“For a long time the real estate industry was dominated by, and run by, men, but selling property can be stressful, emotional, and vendors want a personalised service.“That does not mean taking a more feminine approach but making those heart-to-heart connections.“Sellers want to build trust and rapport. Giving over the keys to your home is like handing over the keys to your sanctuary. They want a personalised service.” Former Brisbane agent turned mentor Sherrie Storer has released early bird tickets to her next event, which celebrates the achievements of women in the real estate sector and discusses the future of women in leadership. Supplied.WOMEN now outnumber men in real estate, but Brisbane industry coach and mentor Sherrie Storer said women remained under-represented in leadership roles. ABS data shows that women account for 55 per cent of employees working in the rental, hiring and real estate services, but Ms Storer said the number of women in principal and leadership positions remained below par.However, this is changing, she said.And male agents were seeking training to adopt a more ‘feminine’ approach with sellers that require more empathy.“Women have tended to be more in property management and support roles but there is a push to change that,” she said.“We are seeing a greater push for that change from the top now, not just the grassroots.”To coincide with International Womens Day today, Ms Storer has announced and released early bird tickets to the third series of her Women in Real Estate Business Breakfast, which will be held in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and now Adelaide. Auctioneer Thomas McGlynn will be one of the keynote speakers. Picture: Tim Hunter.Early bird tickets are now available for $135, with full priced tickets costing $150. The first event will be held in Brisbane on August 7.For more information or to purchase tickets click here. Leanne Pilkington will be one of the keynote speakers at the event. REA. To continue those conversations, the breakfast series will consider topics ranging from ways to increase female participation in principal and leadership positions, the concept of quotas and how best to support women returning to the workforce after childbirth.Ms Storer said the debate would be opened up to both genders, saying men needed to be involved in the conversation for change to happen.“A third of the attendees at previous events have been men and we want to see everyone, male, female, gay, straight, involved,” she said.“We have a massive line-up of 32 highly-respected speakers across all four events.”Last year, tickets to the event sold out within a matter of days. Now in its third year, Ms Storey is expecting double that number to attend.Among the keynote speakers will be Thomas McGlynn, sales director and chief auctioneer for The Agency, and Leanne Pilkington, managing director of Laing+Simmons.
THE Champions League returns to action this week with Tottenham welcoming the visit of Olympiacos for a crucial Group Stage clash.Here’s everything you need to know about the match:1 Spurs take on Olympiacos this weekCredit: Getty Images – GettyWhat time is the match on at?Kick off for the match will take place at 8.00 pm on Tuesday November 26th at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.What TV channel is the match on?Virgin Media will be showing the match live in Ireland with coverage starting at 7.55 pm on Virgin Media Two after their live broadcast of the clash between Galatasaray and Club Brugge. This can also be streamed live off of Virgin Media Anytime.BT Sport will also be showing the match live with their coverage starting at 7.00 pm on BT Sport 2. Sky Sports Extra customers in Ireland will be able to live stream this off of the Sky Go app.What is the latest team news?Neither side has named their starting team for this week’s match as of yet but we will have the full team news for you right here when they do later in the week.What are the latest betting odds?Tottenham are the favourites to get the victory over their Greek opposition on Tuesday night at the price of 1/4.Olympiacos are 9/1 underdogs to come away from London with a win this week while the draw is priced at 9/2.How have both teams done in the competition so far?MOST READ IN SPORTTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubTottenham have the chance to secure their place in the knockout round of the Champions League with a win over Olympiacos on Tuesday night.Spurs are currently second in the table with seven points, five behind leaders Bayern and four ahead of third placed Crvena Zvezda.The Serbian side would need to beat Bayern Munich in the group’s other fixture to give themselves a chance to leapfrog Tottenham in the final game should Spurs fail to win this week.