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Leadership

We believe in the key concepts of servant leadership: serve first and leadership will follow, have big dreams, be aware, accept and empathize, respond to problems by listening, seek to persuade rather than force, joy and peace come from within, take action (don’t be satisfied to be a critic or an expert), and one step at a time: the way great things get done.

Make Associates Proud by Doing Good Outside the Company

As you know, PCI embraces its notthebigcompany culture and places clients and collaborators at the core of its success. We believe in making our seven driving values visible in all aspects of our work. We think people are our greatest asset. Our associates are the ones who make PCI a great place to work. That’s…

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Create Your Own Attitude

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Why It’s Important to Inspire People

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New Year’s Resolutions We Made at PCI

A New Year’s resolution is a promise that you make to yourself to start doing something good or stop doing something bad on the first day of the year. Regardless of what resolution you commit to, the goal is to improve life in the coming year. Here are some New Year’s resolutions our team made at…

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Servant Leadership

PCI Servant Leadership Value – How We Serve Our Clients

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HOW CAN I HELP YOU BE MOST SUCCESSFUL?

Servant Leaders begin with the natural feeling that One want to serve first versus the One who wants to lead first.  Servant Leaders identify and meet the needs of others.

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Keys to Have a Successful Summer Internship Program

We are big believers in hiring summer interns at PCI. Interns bring tremendous energy and enthusiasm to PCI’s notthebigcompany culture.Drew Clancy, PCI’s president and CEO, said “Interns are energetic and willing to learn. They are helpful, offer a fresh perspective, and bring new ideas to the table.” In fact, we have hired a number of…

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