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"This Houston conference is a production of CEO Netweavers, the Greenleaf Center, and the International Society for Performance Improvement.
It’s purpose is to shine the light on Servant Leadership in Action, especially the powerful and unmistakable connection between true servant leadership in action and long-term outperformance, shareholder return on investment, and human fulfillment.
Along with a transformational conference experience, CEO Netweavers Houston will inaugurate the Servant Leadership in Action Award, to be awarded to a local business or community servant leader.
CEO Netweavers is dedicated to transforming organizations and enriching lives through application of the principles of servant leadership and the practice of netweaving.
The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership is an international non-profit organization founded by Robert Greenleaf in 1964. Its purpose is to promote the understanding and practice of servant leadership.
The International Society for Performance Improvement is the world’s preeminent performance improvement society."
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