Crockett National Bank

Servant Leadership


2.16.17 | Special

We love hearing when our customers reach their goals and accomplish important events in life. We could not be prouder of friend and customer, Rachel Haralson.  Read more below about her journey of servant leadership and how she intertwines what she is learning with her real estate business.

"I finally earned my beads" is a statement that only those who have completed the national training course for Scouters understand. It's a course that requires a considerable amount of time, dedication, and service but most importantly, participants are taught to be Servant Leaders. After eight months, I completed six days of training, started a "Scout Closet" for scouts needing gently used scout uniforms, helped our local Boy Scout office with a fundraising event, became a certified Level II Climbing Instructor, became a Youth Protection Training Instructor and successfully completed a Wilderness First Aide Training course. With the help of fellow leaders and my family, I finally earned my beads and continue my journey as a Servant Leader. S3-751-16

I have been a Realtor for approximately 11 years with over 100 successful real estate transactions. My success stems from a strong work ethic instilled in me by my parents at a young age. My clients are comprised of some family, a few friends but mostly have been referred to me. Referrals, I believe, are the products of strong work ethic that people look for in a business relationship. My customer focus centers on the development of a trusting relationship between myself and the client, regardless of their experience with the real estate market. It has been my privilege to work with clients who share the same objective for buying or selling property.

I enjoy doing business with Crockett National Bank because I believe we share the same principles as Servant Leaders, beliefs in work ethic and development of trusting relationships.”