S3 E4 Servant Leadership: Benefiting the Bottom Line and Beyond
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Denver Stutler, CEO of Sedivision, talks about his perspective on servant leadership and how it benefited him as a CEO. Denver shares the story of how he began his career on the path that he was led. Eventually, he found his way out, and then back in again. Denver explains how he sequences his approach to generally everything in the wastewater industry and why he thinks 'hindsight is not available to decision-makers.'
This episode covers:
· Denver Stutler on engineering, shifting, and then coming back
· Anticipation is thinking, don't do it often; do it thoroughly
· Denver Stutler on employing ex-felons
· People need to want to do better on their own
· Purposeful work means creating more opportunities and serving more
About Denver Stutler:
Denver Stutler, Jr.'s 30-year career includes a unique combination of both public and private sector experience in the water infrastructure industry at an executive level. With a background in civil engineering, Denver began his career in 1989 by joining Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc. (CDM), an international environmental engineering firm.
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