The Belief System of Keller Williams
At the core of Keller Williams Realty is a conviction that who you are in business with matters. We believe that the company we keep can contribute to our lives in untold ways. To help cement this understanding, we’ve formalized a belief system called the WI4C2TS that guides how we treat each other and how we do business.
Win-Win: or no deal
Integrity: do the right thing
Customers: always come first
Commitment: in all things
Communication: seek first to understand
Creativity: ideas before results
Teamwork: together everyone achieves more
Trust: starts with honesty
Success: results through people
To build careers worth having,
businesses worth owning,
lives worth living,
experiences worth giving,
and legacies worth leaving.
To be the real estate company of choice for agents and their customers.
Faith, Family, then Business.
A technology company that provides the real estate platform that our agents' buyers and sellers prefer. Keller Williams thinks like a top producer, acts like a trainer-consultant, and focuses all its activities on service, productivity, and profitability.
Meet Mo Anderson
Mo Anderson is the heart and truly beloved leader of Keller Williams Realty. Her personal integrity and unending drive are touchstones that have made Keller Williams Realty one of the most successful franchises in real estate history. Because of her constant commitment to that culture, RED Day is dedicated in honor of Keller Williams Realty’s Vice Chairman of the Board, Mo Anderson.
Mo was named Keller Williams Realty's president and chief executive officer in 1995. Known at times as the “Velvet Hammer" for her uncompromising approach, Mo’s astute business acumen and leadership abilities are uniquely matched by her faith and compassion. She has continuously cultivated the firm’s value system, inspiring tens of thousands of associates throughout North America to maintain high standards of character within both their personal and professional lives.
Originally an elementary school music teacher, Mo’s first love was the piano. She taught music for 14 years before entering the real estate field, where her talents as a businesswoman quickly took hold. She established her first real estate office, a Century 21 franchise, in Edmond, Oklahoma, in 1975; soon after, it was the third top-producing office out of 7,500 Century 21 locations in North America. In 1986 Mo sold the company to Merrill Lynch Realty, where she served as a district Vice President until December 1989.
In her current role as vice chairman of Keller Williams Realty, Mo spends a significant amount of her time traveling and teaching at Keller Williams’ training events.
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