In 2001, John Casey formed a networking group among his displaced colleagues in senior management roles to transition to new roles. Initially established as only a networking group, the original concept was that once a member got a job, he or she would simply become an alumnus. Well, that didn’t last long; the relationships built over time left members wanting to stay and make something more of the organization. The work of finding new positions brought them together, but something entirely different kept them together. It was their common belief in serving others first in business and in life. Soon, the essential tenets of the organization were identified as the same as those of Servant Leadership - and to this day it remains the common link among CEO Netweavers.
Today, the Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of CEO Netweavers consists of hundreds of current and past CEOs and COOs, along with dozens more Netweaver Partner senior professional service advisors. All share the Netweaver philosophy of Servant Leadership.
Bette Price joined Netweavers in 2006, after being sponsored by CEO member, Jerry Dilettuso. Her motivation? Read more.