A Leader Serves
In just about any organization, we often hear of new leadership styles that seek to introduce the idea of change. But, change for the sake of change? And, for whose benefit? The cynic might respond that it is only for the benefit of those who introduce that change, be they the executive at the top or the consultant brought in to introduce such change. Those of us in positions of leadership or those who aspire to be leaders are called to discover whether there is a proven way to engage an organization and its people, a way that actually works for the benefit of all.
Come hear from a proponent of Servant Leadership, a proven management style that has the potential to deliver superior results for both the organization and all the members of that organization.
About the Speaker
Joe Patrnchak is head of Green Summit Partners, a consulting practice dedicated to helping organizations bring out the best in their people. Prior to establishing Green Summit, Joe served as Chief Human Resources Officer at Cleveland Clinic. Before joining Cleveland Clinic in 2007, Joe served as Chief HR Officer and Senior Vice President at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and previously was Vice President of Human Resources for HP/Compaq/Digital.
Joe holds an MS in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development from American University, and BA in Sociology from Northwestern, where he (along with his twin brother Carl) was defensive co-captain of the football team and a member of the All Big Ten Academic Team.
Joe is active in a number of community service organizations and religious ministries, including serving as a Board Member of the Robert Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership; Cleveland Inner City Tennis Clinics; Tenacity, Inc.; and the Oblates of the Virgin Mary.
When: Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 7:30 - 8:45 am
Where: Putnam Investments, One Post Office Square