The Keller Williams ALC or Agent Leadership Council is made up of the top 20% of agents in each office. This dynamic ‘board of directors’ is actively involved in the leadership decisions that make the office more productive and profitable. Their roles are to inspire, motivate, participate and listen. By having input from these associates, each office can tailor their strategies to thrive in all stages of the market.
What Does The ALC Do At Keller Williams?
Meetings take place monthly and all agents in the office are encouraged to attend to offer their advice and/or suggestions. During this meeting, the following criteria is addressed:
- Develop policies and guidelines for the office (market center)
- Discuss concerns that associates may have regarding how business is being handled
- Set standards in the market center
- Resolve any problems that have arisen
- Mastermind strategies to support and grow the current office business plan
- Be protectors of the company culture
Another role of the agent leadership council is to be of assistance to associates in the office. New agents have lots of questions and who better to answer them than the agents who have been there and know how to handle certain situations. Also, since these ALC members are active in selling real estate, they are available to be shadowed by agents who want to see how a successful agent goes about earning business.
With all agents having a say in how the company is run and treated as business partners rather than just a number, agents share a true passion for making sure Keller Williams is the best place to run a real estate business.
Come be a part of the most innovative real estate company in the industry and you might be the next Keller Williams ALC member at your office. Contact us today to get started with the #1 real estate company in North America!