ProVia recently held its first ProVia Leads Leadership Symposium, “Pathways Toward Sustainable Success.” The ProVia Leads class of 2016 organized the event as a part of its leadership development experience.

ProVia Leads members Eric Stutzman, left, Bruce Hamsher (Director), Clinton Yoder, Ken Schlabach, Jennifer Burris, Jon Weaver, Wanda Angel, Travis Dye, Randi Miller, Lavern Yoder, Ivan Miller
ProVia Leads members Eric Stutzman, left, Bruce Hamsher (director), Clinton Yoder, Ken Schlabach, Jennifer Burris, Jon Weaver, Wanda Angel, Travis Dye, Randi Miller, Lavern Yoder and Ivan Miller.

More than 190 community leaders were in attendance and enjoyed presentations from Bill Mullett, founder of ProVia; Jennifer Burris, a business development expert with ProVia; Doug Pugh, who operates a Chick-fil-A franchise; David King, the president of Malone University; and Roy Hall, president and co-founder of The Driven Foundation.

“In business and in life it’s one thing to attain success and yet another to sustain success,” said Bruce Hamsher, director of ProVia Leads. “Year after year, we all see certain sports teams, businesses, churches, organizations, marriages and friendships stay consistent, strong, healthy and growing. How do they achieve this ongoing success? During these sessions attendees learned how to forge their own, unique pathways toward sustainable success.”

“It’s imperative to develop a talented, high-performance team,” said ProVia president and CEO Brian Miller. “The best way to build a cadre of great people is to instruct them, equip them, trust them, serve them, and reward them. By developing teams in this manner, we’re creating a rich environment in which people can thrive and prosper – creating the type of organization that ensures repeatable and lasting success.”

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