Angela Long, Chief People Officer, was honored at the 13th Annual Leadership Character Awards on October 9th presented by Robert K. Greenleaf, Center for Servant Leadership in partnership with the Turknett Leadership Group. 

Angela was nominated in the Executive/Manager category and recognized for her contributions to Colonial:

  • "Coaches and mentors' employees, makes them feel empowered to make decisions and develop strategies, helps the company and its people grow"
  • "Believes honesty essential to employee growth and development"
  • Stands up for what she believes"
  • "Takes a holistic approach to her work"
"A Servant Leader puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform at the highest level possible.  The fact that the Center for Servant Leadership recognized Angela as a top Servant Leader in the State of Georgia area is no surprise …. I see it every day in her selfless service to all Colonial Employees," said Joe Blount, President of Colonial.

Launched in 2003, the Leadership Character Awards have recognized Georgia leaders who display character in Servant Leadership.  Candidates are chosen based on the Leadership Character Model, created in 1995 by Robert and Carolyn Turknett.

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