The Power of Peers: Shining Examples of Volunteerism, Service, and Character

Aristotle, who was born in 384 B.C., was a pretty wise person. He was also a very busy person. He composed around 200 works before his death in 335 B.C. Yet somehow, he found the time to serve and volunteer. And I quote:

“-the essence of life is to serve others and do good.”

–Aristotle

In this incredible roundtable discussion, Tigerpaw’s West McDonald interviews 3 well-known office equipment industry veterans and thought leaders, who, like Aristotle, have committed themselves to volunteering for industry associations to serve the greater good and health of the channel. The panel:

You’ll hear firsthand why these senior leaders volunteer and give back, no matter how busy their professional and personal lives may be. You’ll learn:

  • The role peer groups played in making the pandemic easier to navigate and survive for all businesses in the channel
  • How giving always leads to getting more back in return
  • How peer groups like the Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) and the Business Technology Association (BTA) create real business opportunities through peer interaction
  • How peer groups enable novel and powerful solutions through collaboration not possible within any single organization
  • The energizing effect of working with like-minded and service-first mind sets
  • Why you should think about joining and contributing to a peer group yourself

Never has it been more important for us all to help raise the tide for the benefit of all ships. Many businesses are experiencing profound change at an incredible rate of speed, and this interview will demonstrate how working with peers lets you not only survive but thrive.

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