Steve Roberts – A Servant Leader

This post is an update on the previous post about Steve Roberts.  Even though retired as Ex. Director for Congregations for the Homeless in Bellevue, WA, he continues to serve the men in the E. Puget Sound area.  Steve’s work on a major project related to the homeless community will soon to be announced.

I have had the privilege to work along side Steve to be a mentor to men on life issues, employment, relationships and faith interests.  Steve has served faithfully on the Board of Living Perspectives which has contributed hundreds of hours to the homeless and less fortunate  in the Puget Sound area.  The results of co-laboring: changed lives away from addiction, hopelessness and frustration.  Thanks Steve for all you have done.  I am proud to have been associated with you since the early 90’s serving those in less fortunate situations.

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About Paul

Paul has worked with hundreds of individual clients from executives to recent college graduates related to career transition and life coaching. Paul holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology. He has written a book, How a Man Handles Conflict at Work. Paul founded (1991) the Career/Life Institute and provides coaching, organizational design and career transition serving clients ranging from large organizations to family owned enterprises. He served as a consultant to management teams, and had senior positions for Bank of America, Right Associates and CRISTA Ministries. His ministry outreach includes Poland, Romania, and 11 trips to Ethiopia. He volunteers for Congregations for the Homeless in Bellevue, WA.
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