Servant Leadership

Servant leadership
Servant leadership
David and Katie Witter coaching daughter’s basketball team

At Financial Harvest Wealth Advisors, we define everything we do from a servant leadership and a “serve first” perspective. When our clients realize their goals for success, security, and meaningful and rewarding lives, we achieve our own objectives. 

But living a life of servant leadership goes beyond our valued relationships with clients who quickly come to feel like treasured friends or beloved family. Servant leadership includes respecting and empowering every member of our team. It requires us to be active listeners, understanding that only when we support and serve our team, peers, vendors, and community, positioning others to achieve their dreams and reach their highest potential, do we genuinely lead by serving.

“Success is…

knowing your purpose in life,

growing to reach your maximum potential, and

sowing seeds that benefit others.”

John C. Maxwell

Honoring Servant Leaders, Sharing the Story

We’ve recently added a new “Servant Leadership” feature on our website. We invite you to explore this page, where we’ll share ways that David, Katie, and other Financial Harvest team members give back to the Winter Park and Central Florida communities. Sometimes, you’ll see service events that reach beyond our area and embrace the global community. We share our stories to encourage others to volunteer, give back, and to practice servant leadership in their own lives.

Join Our Commitment to Service

We recognize that many of our clients share our commitment to philanthropy, humility, and the value of empowering others. In addition to sharing the outreach efforts of Financial Harvest team members, we’d be honored to share your story.

If you are a member of our client family and would like to inspire others to acts of generosity, philanthropic outreach, or community service, please let us know. We would be privileged to tell your story on our Servant Leadership webpage.

“…not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others.”

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