CULTURE CRUSH RX Brenda Silveus with Pioneer Title Agency
In this episode of Culture Crush Rx, Deb chats with Brenda Silveus of Pioneer Title Agency. Brenda shares the details of several of Pioneer’s incredible initiatives to give back to the community and foster a work environment where everyone feels like family. Pioneer Title Agency has 70 offices across the state of Arizona and more than 600 employees – yet the company president Keith Newlon knows each person’s name and makes an effort to connect. Brenda shares about their 30th anniversary partnership with the Arizona Trails Association in which the entire company teamed up to cover all 811 miles of the Arizona National Scenic Trail and doubled their goal of raising $30,000 for the organization and their ongoing to efforts to engage the staff in loving the communities they serve.
Culture Crush Rx listeners will enjoy learning about a family-run business that truly cares about its people and its communities. If you’re wondering how you can cultivate a business based on doing good, this episode is for you!
Pioneer Title Agency has operated under the basic philosophy of ‘Commitment to Service’ since its inception in 1985, which extends to a commitment to service to the community. A proud family-owned business with 76 branches including Pioneer offices as well as sister company, Yavapai Title Agency, focuses on title insurance, escrow, trustee sales and builder-related trust services.
This is a business deeply rooted in their people, each of whom helps to drive far more than just the bottom line. They have helped us to embody a culture that is firm in its belief of helping others, their communities and each other.
Brenda Silveus is the Northern Arizona Area Manager for Pioneer Title Agency.
Named the 2017 Citizen of the Year by the Arizona Daily Sun and both the 2011 Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Athena Award Winner as well as a 2016 Phoenix Business Journal Outstanding Women in Business honoree, Silveus has been a member of Pioneer Title Agency since 2003. She is currently the president of the Flagstaff Symphony and a past-president and graduate of the Flagstaff Leadership Program as well as a past-president of the Northern Arizona Association of REALTORS, Northland Family Help Center, Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona and Soroptimist International of the Arizona Peaks, respectively.
Currently, Silveus also serves on the board of directors for Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona. In 1997, she helped to found Hope’s Closet, a non-profit organization working to provide clothing to women who are working on returning to the workforce for professional interviews and meetings.
Silveus is deeply involved in the community stewardship vision, ideas and program development for Pioneer branches across Arizona.
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Culture Crush Rx is an exploration of what makes a great company culture, how successful leaders create it, and how it affects the overall success of the company. We highlight the companies in our community who are crushing it with culture and get practical tips from local experts on how to do the same.
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Deb Caron is the owner and principal consultant of Anahata Marketing, a Phoenix-based marketing and brand communication consultancy that focuses on empathic listening and content creation to foster real connection between businesses and the customers they serve. She hosts Culture Crush Rx as part of her personal passion for helping people live healthier, more fulfilling, well-rounded lives. Deb is also a registered yoga teacher and she truly enjoys sharing her knowledge and love for the practice with her community. Deb can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and on Linkedin.