Who we are

Hannah gill & grace hooper

Combining ample experience with a resolve to do things a little differently, Gill & Hooper is a consultancy agency that provides exceptional service to the property management industry.

With over two decades of industry experience between them, Hannah Gill & Grace Hooper have worked across all aspects of property management including business development, leadership, innovation, rent roll growth and acquisition and managing property.

Hannah’s influence within the industry cannot be understated, speaking at conferences and Agencies across Australia and with accolades including REIA Property Manager of the Year (2014), LPMA Excellence in Business Development (2014, 2015), LPMA Excellence in Leadership (2018) and 4x Team Leader of the Year for Independent. Not to be outdone, Grace is a 2x McGrath Property Manager of the year (2016, 2017), Allhomes Property Manager of the Year finalist (2014) and recipient of Dexar’s Team Member of the Year (2018).

Although their experience is widespread and encompassing, Grace loves to talk about all things people, culture and rent roll growth. Having grown businesses from the ground up, Grace is passionate about best practice and efficient, profitable business models.

Managing a large team, Hannah is passionate about leadership, mentoring and professional growth. One to practice what she preaches, she has completed her Diploma in Leadership & Management, Cert IV in Training & Assessment and the Australian Institute of Company Directors course.

Gill & Hooper are passionate about changing the way property management is perceived, lifting the industry standard by providing tailored services with tangible outcomes, and increasing transparency and industry collaboration.

 

Why and how to reward your team’s effort

Employee engagement is an increasingly visible and critical component of the modern workplace. The research says that engaged employees are more productive, healthier, more satisfied, they stick around longer and they’re more loyal.

Here’s how you can make sure you’re rewarding and recognising your team’s efforts on a regular basis.

5 tips for dealing with difficult people

Ahhhh. We all know ‘em, don’t we? In fact, we’d bet a pretty penny that a specific someone or situation came to mind when you read the title of this article, right?

The good news is that encountering difficult people doesn’t always have to mean disaster for your business relationships. We’ve focused in on five strategies that you can deploy to de-escalate potentially sticky situations with difficult people.

How to create new routines and habits to set you up for success

Whether you realise it or not, habits account for a huge part of how you live your day-to-day life. In fact, according to researchers from Duke University—a whopping 40 percent of our daily behaviours are governed by habits.

Wanting to build new habits is a very normal part of wanting to grow and accomplish new goals (especially early on in each calendar year!), and establishing them can be integral to success, whether that’s in a professional or personal setting.

Get in touch

we’d love to hear from you

p. 0438 247 898 (Hannah)
p. 0450 217 236 (Grace)
e. hello@gillandhooper.com