The mission of ASQ Portland Section 0607 is to serve the quality needs of our members, whether you live and work in Oregon, in neighboring Washington, or around the world. We encourage and welcome your suggestions regarding ways we can serve you better, to help to enrich your life and your career. You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly meetings, plant tours, conferences and workshops can give you recertification (RU) credits.
ASQPDX Upcoming Events
|Tue, May 9, 2017; Note New Time! Dinner at 5:30; Webinar at 6 PM!||Servant Leadership||Ed Landauer||Century Hotel
8185 SW Tualatin- Sherwood Rd
Tickets to May Event – Go To Eventbrite
Note New Start Time!
Most people would view the servant as leader as a real contradiction. The servant-leader is one who wants to be a servant first and then makes a conscious choice to lead. This is quite different from one who is a leader first because of a strong drive for power or to gain material possessions. The difference lies in the ability of the servant leader to make sure the other people’s needs are being served. In this presentation, the presenter will describe examples from his experience of the two leadership styles and the resulting outcomes.
About the Speaker:
Ed Landauer is an ASQ Fellow and Certified Quality Engineer. He has taught Engineering and Quality courses with an emphasis on Quality Engineering, Technician and Inspector Certifications for over 25 years. He has Master of Science degrees in Statistics, Industrial Engineering and Mathematics and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. Mr. Landauer most recently served as the ASQ Regional Director for Region 6A as well as a member of the ASQ Board of Directors. He has previously served as the Section Chair for both the Portland Section and the Channel Cities Section in Ventura, California.
The ASQ Portland Section has elected the following officers for 2017:
Section Chair – Beth Rice Secretary – Jean Fryer
Chair-elect – Terri Tufts Treasurer – Marie Tree