Tag: Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership and Communication

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I recently was asked to speak on a panel about Servant Leadership for SmartCEO. Servant Leadership is a “servant-first” philosophy made popular by Robert Greenleaf in the 1970s. This theory basically states that a leader should focus more on the people who are being led, than on the needs of the person in the leadership role. In business, it means that a company leader lets go of self-importance for the greater good of the organization…

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Servant Leadership from AnswerNet CEO Gary Pudles at SmartCEO’s Matrix Event

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(April 3, 2013) Willow Grove, Pa. – Gary Pudles, CEO and President of AnswerNet, will discuss servant leadership at the Philadelphia SmartCEO Matrix event on April 4, 2013. The Matrix is an educational, invitation-only event for local c-level executives. Pudles’ experience managing and leading over 50 call centers throughout the United States and Canada makes him an ideal addition to this illustrious panel. Made popular by Robert Greenleaf in the 1970s, servant leadership is best…

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