Triune is growing!
to welcome David Schmidgall and Andrew Leikvoll as new partners of Triune Leadership Services effective 1/1/23.
David and Andrew both bring extensive real-world experience in building leaders and organizations by focusing first and foremost on people, and on building a culture of servant leadership. They have heavily invested in learning the Leading Jesus’ Way model of servant leadership, and have become experts in the implementation of that culture personally, within their family, and professionally. They are going to be invaluable resources for clients of Triune Leadership Services as they provide coaching and consulting services to help leaders and organizations achieve their dreams and goals.
“We just increased the vested minds that literally live and breathe this organization’s purpose of Awakening the servant hearts within leaders and equipping them to make a significant positive impact on the world. I think this will lead to new products and services to offer our clients, even BETTER service, a whole new gear in energy and a lot more love from our team!”
Please join me in welcoming David and Andrew to the Triune Leadership Services Team!
Mark Deterding, Founder – Triune Leadership Services
Honor God in everything we do.
“Whatever we do, we work at it with all our heart…It is the Lord Jesus that we are serving” – Colossians 3:23, 24
Relationships drive results.
We choose to exhibit the behaviors outlined in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8: Patience, Kindness, Humility, Respectfulness, Selflessness, Forgiveness, Honesty, Commitment. When we do so, we view client partnerships and their success as the real reward.
Commitment to excellence.
We deliver on our commitments.
We continually advance our knowledge and the value we provide on behalf of our clients.
Trust one another.
We trust our clients and vendors.
We earn trust through honesty and integrity in all we do.
True, lasting transformation is not possible without Jesus
We believe at work, as in life, we cannot maximize our potential as servant leaders, without recognizing the saving grace of Jesus and ourselves being transformed because of our relationship with him. The outward transformation in how we lead, and our behavior, is driven by this inward transformation.