October 16th – National Boss’s Day
We want to take the time to recognize the hardworking boss’s everywhere, especially our very own Lee Miller. From the entire PVE staff, thank you!
Take a moment to get to know a little more about Lee with some fun & serious questions.
Fun Personal Questions
What do you look forward to in the holiday season? Getting together with family.
What is one thing, you can’t live without? A good steak.
What’s your favorite sport to watch and which team do you root for? Football. The Browns
What is your favorite place you’ve ever visited and why? Banff, Alberta, Canada
What is the best advice anyone has given you? Check with the Man upstairs, he knows.
Are you an early bird or a night owl? Early bird
When you’re not working, what do you like to do in your off time? Hunt. Mostly whitetail
What three traits define you? Attitude. Honesty. Motivation.
What is your favorite season? Fall
Favorite part about our community? I love being part of a rural community that helps and supports those in need.
PVE Related Questions
Who has influenced you most when it comes to how you approach work? Former employer. Tim Miller
What are most excited about in the future of PVE? Innovation. Trying to figure out how to make a product that we have not yet produced.
Three words that describe you as a leader? Attitude. Honesty. Motivation.
How do you align PVE with your vision and mission? I have this goal of creating a work environment where people, are offered a career that is meaningful, productive, and profitable, with a strong sense of community and belonging. Being able to work together with others in an adventure to achieve goals we can only dream of gets me excited!
How do you define success for you and PVE? Innovation and offering successful careers to the community we live in.
What does true leadership mean to you? Leadership is about serving others. Unless you care about the well-being of those you lead, you cannot be an effective leader.
When you look back at PVE, what are a few key factors that grew the company to where it is presently? Two things that my dad majors in are hard work and grit!
What advice would you have for young people trying to figure out their career trajectory? What do they want to do? Find something that you are passionate about and completely pour all your energy into it. Eventually, this something also needs to be profitable to be sustainable.« Back to Blog