Leadership is influence and we all have influence in our organizations and families. Influence is not determined by title, position, or pay grade. In today’s episode, Robert Greenlaw, Executive Administrator and Board Assistant at Kimray discusses the importance of each of us, regardless of our titles, carrying out our individual functions to further the mission, vision, and values of our organizations, families, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Robert Greenlaw is Executive Administrator & Board Assistant for Kimray, a leading manufacturer of valves and controls for oil and gas production. In this role, Robert serves the board of directors and CEO as they lead the company. He also manages Kimray’s corporate giving and community relationships.
Before joining Kimray in 2014, Robert was publications director for Strata Leadership and Character First Education where he developed character-based resources for teachers, parents, and students of all ages. As an international instructor, Robert trained more than 30,000 teachers in 18 countries how to implement Character First, after teaching it to more than 70,000 children.
Robert earned a Bachelor of Business Administration & Ethics degree from Mid-America Christian University. He serves on the board of directors for In The Gap and Oklahoma Schools of Character, two non-profit organizations that promote character education in K-12 schools. Robert and his wife, Paula, were married in 2006 and they have three children.
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Red Letter Business brings real, inspirational stories of men who are making an eternal impact on the lives of the people they work with, their neighbors, and families. Each episode will challenge you to think and act in a more intentional way, and experience first-hand how doing business in a Biblical way is just better business in the long run.