Welcome to the thirty-sixth issue of KWUKs KiloWatt. We hope you enjoyed Monday’s Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, a reminder that brighter days are ahead of us as we continue our collective fight against the coronavirus pandemic. This week’s Message from the Regional Leadership comes from Charlotte Macleod, who talks about the evolution of Keller Williams’ Associate Leadership Council and it’s exciting future.  

Paul Sloan is back with another KW Move article, be sure to read this if you want to benefit from the lucrative opperunity presented by the lettigns market, enhanced by KW Move.

We are introducing another new section to KiloWatt in the form of the Technology Update, in which, Mark Readings will give you the latest updates on the latest revolutionairy technology to come out of Keller Williams – KW Vision.

This week also marked Refugee Week 2021, the theme of which was “We Cannot Walk Alone”, a poignient message in such disconnected times. We celebrate our brothers and sisters who have been forced from their homes, and send all our love and support to every refugee who is seeking or has found a refuge in places like the UK – where refugees contribute huge amounts to our society and culture.

This Week in Bullets

  • Message from the Regional Leadership – Charlotte Macleod talks about the evolution of Keller Williams’ Associate Leadership Council, and about how you can be involved in the next step.

  • Marketing Update The Summer Campaign, New Brand Style and your June Social Media Calendar are all live.

  • KW Move – Let Only business, it’s a matter of trust.

  • Technology Update – KW Vision is coming.

  • Stat of The Week What did we learn from the latest Halifax House Price Index?

  • KWUK PR – Is Stamp Duty inflating mortgages?

  • New vacancies in Central London, Coventry and Leeds.

Quote of the Week

A life worth living might be measured in many ways, but the one way that stands above all others is living a life of no regrets.

– Gary Keller, The One Thing, Page 212

Culture in Action

4. Being a part of the solution and not the problem in a Market Centre.

Click here to see our full Culture in Action.

History of Keller Williams

2019 – Co-founder and Chairman of the Board, Gary Keller, returns to the role of CEO of Keller Williams. Josh Team is named president.

Kellerisms

Regional Marketing ManagerPrimary administrator for Region’s social media accounts. Manages Regional marketing content. Sources approved vendors for printing, signage, and Market Centre décor. Supports ongoing PR and marketing efforts in the Region.

I hope you enjoy this week’s issue of KiloWatt as much as we enjoyed making it.

Sincerely,

Matt Healing
Content Lead, KWUK & Editor, KiloWatt matt.healing@kwuk.com