Servant Leadership is not an idea but a set of actions: respecting, taking responsibility, and caring for the people around you. At every level of leadership and employment, we expect to serve as opposed to being served. Our job is to serve others to enable their success.
Stewardship is recognizing that we are responsible for nurturing and growing what we don’t own. As good stewards within Trideum, we are responsible for ourselves, for our assigned tasks and responsibilities, and for others as assigned. To achieve these responsibilities, accountability is a large aspect of successful stewardship.
Sacrifice is inherent in both stewardship and servant leadership. We put the needs of others (our employees, our customers, and our communities for starters) ahead of our own self interests. We offer our best selves for embracing and finding solutions for the world’s toughest challenges.
Shelia—Program Analyst (2005)
Trideum is more like a family than a company. There is lots of mutual trust and respect. I know they have my back and they will fight for me if needed.
Lillie—Visual Designer (2019)
I’ve learned so much here that I would not have learned elsewhere due to the transparency between departments.
Tammie—Solutions Architect (2012)
The vision of our company’s founders is reflected in the work that we do for our communities. I’m honored to serve in this capacity and make a difference one day at a time.
Stefano—Software Engineer (2015)
Right from the beginning Trideum was fully invested into me and my career choices. When it came to continuing education Trideum didn’t beat around the bush or give me the run around, the answer has always been, approved. I’ve never felt like my opinions or experience has had value until working for Trideum.
John—Senior Program Manager (2006)
I love that I have friends at Trideum that allow me to blur the lines between professional and personal.
HOLD ACTIVE SECURITY CLEARANCES
HAVE ADVANCED DEGREES
SERVED IN THE ARMED FORCES