Tag Archives: mission
Find the purpose first, everything else will follow. We just wanted an excuse to reference Notorious B.I.G!
The term employee engagement is becoming a popular phrase, floating around many company offices as the next buzzword. It’s seen as a measure of success for employers; an end goal for companies to meet their recruiting needs. Once employers believe their employees are engaged, they think their work is done. Of course, engaged employees are […]
The job search is no easy task. It requires many hours of tweaking your resume, networking with recruiters, and communicating with companies (whether its a simple email exchange or an interview). After the effort and time has been put into the search, the resulting job offer needs to fit your needs – it’s only fair […]
We’re inspired by this article: Developing and Maintaining a Company’s Culture – WSJ.com. Three company founders, Tony Hsieh of Zappos, Tory Burch of Tory Burch LLC, and Naval Ravikant of AngelList share their insight on how to create, build, and maintain unique company cultures. We love the ideas they share! From culture surveys that invest […]
Well…. have you? Do you know how to find your sweet spot? Otherwise known as the Hedgehog Concept, the idea was created by Jim Collins in his work, Good to Great. It’s about finding a balance among three important factors of work and life: passion, skills and talent, and economic motivation. Take a look at […]
People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. Simon Sinek, a leader, a teacher, an inspirer. (Yes, we just made that word up!) Sinek believes that people are focused on the idea behind a product, and are motivated to make a purchase from a company that they believe in. The products […]
Employees seek recognition. A recent blog piece on TLNT argues that employees perform better when recognized for their hard work and dedication to a company. Obviously true, right? If you are an employee that works hard every day and puts in extra time and effort into your work to never be thanked, or even noticed, […]