Recent statistics on corporate social responsibility indicate that baby boomers and millennials prefer associating with corporations that give back to their communities. As such, it is evident that these corporations not only build their businesses in terms of revenue but also regarding providing the company a good marketing name. Nabors Industries has excelled in participating in such corporate responsibilities.
You have heard that oil company’s executives earn millions as salaries and allowances. That is true. Therefore, most people assume that there is greed in the oil industry. With those facts on the table, it becomes difficult to convince people that in fact, not every employee in the oil industry is self-centered. Tony Petrello is an excellent example of a leader who works in the oil industry and is not self-centered.
In the heart of beautiful Texas, Tony Petrello’s name is revered in every way. The chief executive officer of Nabors Industries has worked hard to make sure that his organization is not just a working station made for profit generation. That is why Petrello, seeing that Hurricane Harvey attacked the people of Texas, chose to rally his employees for corporate social responsibility. Unlike the regular working days where his employees report to work for particular duties, this time, they reported to work for one specific reason; to prepare for charity work.
Tony Petrello’s employees joined victims of Hurricane Harvey immediately after the aftermath that robbed people of their lives, property, and good health. On that morning, the employees worked on an open kitchen that was later used to serve the victims with healthy balanced meals. Moreover, the same workers worked with their friends, acquaintances and business associates to donate money towards helping these victims. It is right to conclude that in this supportive project, Anthony Petrello was the lead project manager and so far, Nabors Industries has earned stellar reputation in light of its contribution.
Moreover, Tony Petrello works with Texas Children Hospital in different projects. The primary objective however is, to come up with sufficient resources and acquire modern technology in order to provide viable treatment for children with special needs. Petrello has actively been involved in board meetings as well. He initiated these projects when his daughter Carena was born and diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). Following that, his contributions have been counted as very instrumental to the development of the hospital.
Conclusively, Tony Petrello as the chief executive officer of Nabors Industries has carried himself appropriately in terms of dignity and exemplary traits. That is why he is respected for his input to the society.