Dallas, TX – TDIndustries’ CEO Harold MacDowell has been named #7 in an Inc. magazine feature that focuses on unique leadership throughout the world. The feature, “The World’s 10 Top CEOs,” is written by Leadership from the Core founder Marcel Schwantes and provides insight into the principles and success of Servant Leadership across the globe.
“Servant Leadership is at the core of our culture at TDIndustries,” says Harold. “I’m fortunate to follow in the footsteps of Jack Lowe, Sr. and Jack Lowe, Jr., who have helped shape the legacy of Servant Leadership at TD. It’s an honor to be recognized as a CEO who is making an impact, and I strive each day to lead with a servant’s heart and to foster growth, trust, and excellence among our TDPartners.”
Harold is recognized on the Top CEOs list for his communicative leadership style, as well as his dedication to maintaining TD’s distinctive culture. “As the CEO since 2005,” explains Schwantes, “MacDowell continues to deepen TD’s commitment to servant leadership and to the ‘Great Place to Work’ culture that plays such a key role in sustaining an environment in which employees are valued, respected, and appreciated.”
Schwantes notes that businesses can learn from leaders who have put people “ahead of profits through shared values like authenticity, intrapreneurship, freedom and ownership, community, and collaboration.” These “wildly successful” companies, says Schwantes, “are guided by visionary leaders who walk the talk of Servant Leadership.”
Harold MacDowell, CEO of TDIndustries
TDIndustries delivers a comprehensive approach to mechanical construction, operations and maintenance. Since 1946, TD has provided innovative engineering, construction and facilities services that optimize the performance of world-class mechanical systems which includes healthcare, hotels, schools, sporting arenas, mission critical and industrial complexes. For the past 20 years, TD has been named to Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list and was named #5 on the “Best Workplaces to Retire From” and #9 on the “Best Workplaces for Latinos” lists in 2016. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, TD has branch offices in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, Richardson, San Antonio and Phoenix, Arizona. Learn more at www.TDIndustries.com.
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