At the session in Baltimore, Maryland, Priebus said, "I believe what we need at the RNC, in my case, is less of self and more of everybody else," according to a House Republican aide.
Priebus, a former Wisconsin GOP chairman introduced to the group by Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, told his fellow party members that he wants to earn their trust and build relationships in his first months on the job. He said that he would focus on paying off the debt accumulated by the RNC and establish regional finance chairs.
Priebus won the race for chairman on Friday after seven rounds of voting, ousting former Chairman Michael Steele. House Speaker John Boehner had endorsed another contender, Maria Cino in the race, but quickly released a statement Friday night congratulating Priebus.
"Reince can count on my support as we work to ensure that Republican candidates have the resources and the ground game needed to win the battle of ideas with President Obama and his Democratic allies," Boehner said in the statement.