Jeff Castner: Workplace Leadership

Posted: April 2, 2014 in Career, Education, Sports, Sports Fan

Jeff Castner has a long and successful career at Marian University. He is currently the Assistant Operations Manager at the school, where he continues to provide excellent leadership and encourage teamwork.

Jeff Castner provides superlative leadership and teamwork skills to the Marian University staff, which has earned him the respect of his colleagues and peers. He is dedicated to the creation of an inviting and welcoming academic environment; one that is conducive to productivity and learning. Jeff Castner understands how important the campus operation’s department is to the efficiency and the success of the school, and he works to instill a sense of pride in his professional teammates.

Jeff Castner

Jeff Castner

Workplace leadership is a difficult skill to master, yet Jeff Castner seems to have developed the leadership ability that is necessary to consistently guide a professional team to fast and effective project completion. The ability to get competing personalities to work together for a common goal is possessed by very few. Jeff Castner has demonstrated, time and again, that he is both willing and able to make the team function efficiently and effectively. He is dedicated to the university’s success, and he never rests until both the student body and the faculty are given the services they need to succeed.

Jeff Castner stands out on the university staff as a consummate and committed professional; an employee always ready to tackle the next assignment and complete the next project. With 27 years on the university staff, Jeff Castner understands what it takes to make the campus function properly.


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