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.
Strong Management Team
“While there was a TOM change during the contract period, there was no loss of continuity during the change, which shows the strength of the management and contract team.”
“Quality is a trademark of this contractor’s work. That was exhibited in August during the steadfast effort on FM 3-16, Observations and Recommendations Report and the Integrated Learning Plan (ILP) database…”
“This is by far the strongest and most valuable contribution the contractor provides. During the pandemic our multiple interactions daily resulted in producing lessons faster and at a better quality than any time in the past. The utilization of Blackboard Collaborate and MS Teams facilitated better communication and clarity of expectations across all teams.”
“The program is awesome, I’ve never worked with a more user-friendly program in the Army; the instructors ensured everyone understood how to properly use this program, they were very knowledgeable; great instruction-very useful; awesome class and tool to use.” —Army Soldier Student
Flexible and Responsive
“I am glad we picked the right contractor (Trideum) for this MTCCS contract. Other larger companies may not have been as flexible or responsive to the changes thrown at them.”
ARE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THEIR COMMUNITIES
HAVE ADVANCED DEGREES
SERVED IN THE ARMED FORCES