2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the formation of the Houston Chapter. The Houston chapter was formed in 2007 and initially grew steadily through the enthusiastic leadership of a few committed members. We are a non-profit organization committed to spreading the concept and practice of Servant Leadership in the Houston business community.”
CEO Netweavers is an engaged and diverse community of current and former CEO’s and a select group of Trusted Advisors, all of whom are committed to freely sharing relationships, knowledge and skills while cultivating trusted relationships. The pillars of our organization are based on transforming business practices and enriching lives through the three key principles that serve as the core values of CEO Netweavers: Servant Leadership (leading with the interests of others in mind), “Netweaving” (helping others) and Trusted Relationships: “Bridges of Trust” (built on mutual respect based upon the authentic and accountable connections of individuals, personal integrity, confidentiality, candor and self-respect). These lifetime relationships offer our members the opportunity to interact and “pay it forward” through honest and confidential communications with the recipient’s best interest as the guide. Our vision is to increase our diversity of thought, perspectives and enrichment.
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HOUSTON Chapter Operating Committee Members
|Director and Secretary|
|Membership Committee Chair|
|Program Committee Chair|
|Bodene Orr and Spyros Catechis|
|CEO Inflection Point|
|Nominating Committee & Governance Committee Chair|
|Bodene Orr and Jim Deupree|
CEO Netweavers’ monthly gatherings are educational meetings and programs targeting senior executives and their advisors who desire to build relationships and foster Servant Leaders within their organizations for higher performance.
CEO Netweavers hold monthly Chapter meetings attended by its members and invited guests on the fourth Thursday of each month. The meetings begin at 7:30 a.m. with networking followed by a program beginning at 8:00 a.m. Speakers are invited to present relevant topics that provide members with professional development. Meetings conclude promptly at 9:00 a.m. and often times small groups continue the discussion after the meeting and look for opportunities to Netweaver.
Through a co-developed program with the university, CEO Netweavers members volunteer as mentors to all second year Rice University Jones Business School Executive MBA students. Among other things, the EMBA mentoring program provides each student with a trusted advisor that provides a long-term career perspective on topics selected by the student. Students and Mentors are carefully matched and meet regularly throughout the school year.
If you would like to further explore your interest in becoming part of our organization, please contact our Mentoring Program Chair, Barry Goldware by email at email@example.com.
Inflection Point ( Same as Atlanta)
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To celebrate the Houston Chapter’s 10th Anniversary, CEO Netweavers is hosting a Leadership Conference on April 7th, 2017 at the Rivers Oak Country Club. This event is much more than toasting the anniversary of our organization. It is also a celebration of Servant Leadership and ways our community has benefitted from both.
To learn more, here is the link to the conference