South Florida Real Estate Entrepreneur Adam Stein Creates Award-Winning Company Culture, Business Success

South Florida real estate entrepreneur Adam Stein has focused on building a world-class company culture that has resulted in a long run of business growth and success, as well as numerous top industry and workplace awards.

Most recently, his company CENTURY 21 Stein Posner earned an unprecedented #1 ranking for the second year in a row in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel’s Top Workplaces competition in the small business category.

Co-founded by Stein in 2013, the company has grown to employ about 100 agents and other long-tenured real estate professionals who have stayed to build their own financial and personal success in a business sector otherwise known for high turnover.

“In my industry, agents often jump around.  Retention rates usually are not very high,” Stein said. “But we’ve built a company culture in which our people stay, grow and thrive, personally and professionally. We’re very proud of that and the Top Workplaces honor.”

The company became a franchisee of global real estate giant CENTURY 21 in 2019, and has also won repeat honors including the industry leader’s CENTURION, President’s Award and Quality Service Pinnacle recognition for sales and commitment to customer service.

Regarding the recent Top Workplace award, CENTURY 21 Stein Posner, was recognized for: “Commitment to creating an enriching, collaborative and inclusive workplace; a positive culture that benefits our staff and agents, which means our customers, partners, and community benefit in our ability to deliver exceptional customer experiences, every time.”

Key to earning the consecutive awards were entries from its own agents and employees reporting a collaborative, positive, nurturing and empowering “vibe.”

Realtor Joan Alpert has been with the company seven years and told the Sun Sentinel that CENTURY 21 Stein Posner is her “family away from my family.”

Realtor Nicole Perdicaro,  who often brings her infant daughter into the office, says she would be unable to work and care for her children without the support provided by the company, and credits Stein’s mentoring to turn “hopes and maybes to final sales.”

Stein likes to call his company a personal development organization to help people grow and become what they’re capable of, and will ask “what is the one thing you need to change or stop doing that’s going to make a difference for you?”

Stein says his membership in Entrepreneurs’ Organization South Florida has helped hone these philosophies, mentoring and success management skills.  EO SOFLO is one of the world’s largest EO chapters, and works to foster entrepreneurship and overall economic growth in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.   More than 300 EO SOFLO member companies account for more than $3 billion in yearly revenues and 11,000 jobs in the tri-county area.

“Support, collaboration and being able to share peer-to-peer experiences with other business owners is extremely valuable in achievement as an entrepreneur and as a person,” Stein says.  “All of this is core to EO.”

Stein has been a member of EO SOFLO since 2015.

“Adam is a great example and deeply understands that success, even in business, means so much more than dollars and cents,” says Leonard Golberg, incoming EO SOFLO president and founder of Gold Aviation. “At EO SOFLO we’re committed to making our workplaces, colleagues and South Florida community stronger, and Adam’s many awards leading CENTURY 21 Stein Posner are deserving proof.”

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