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Foth's Weyenberg shows how to change corporate culture for the better

Leadership approach earns Rotary Club honor

4:38 PM, May 4, 2013
Tim Weyenberg, former CEO of Foth Companies, is the recipient of the Rotary Club 2013 Free Enterprise Award. He's shown at the construction site of the new Foth headquarters in De Pere.
Tim Weyenberg, former CEO of Foth Companies, is the recipient of the Rotary Club 2013 Free Enterprise Award. He's shown at the construction site of the new Foth headquarters in De Pere.
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Tim Weyenberg spent 16 years as the leader of Foth Companies, though saying he was one of its leaders might be more accurate. Foth has one CEO; it has a lot of leaders.

"When I took over, the common thing I was hearing was we don't have enough leadership," said Weyenberg, recipient of this year's Free Enterprise Award from the Rotary Club of Green Bay. "We decided we were going to improve, change our culture."

Weyenberg, 64, is the 32rd recipient of the award in 31 years. He will be honored Monday during a banquet at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Ashwaubenon. ...

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