How much is an idea worth? First of all, I should point out my career has involved working in a cutting edge industry where the work is fun and challenging – Great times, invaluable experience, and a body of work to be proud of. I’ve accomplished this through being involved… Read More →
If talent were to be valued as a financial metric, human resources would be upgraded, and businesses could start creating a people-first culture. Only then would businesses earn the trust that’s missing today.
Matt Milstead Mmilstead@cfmcom.com, remedy Christopher Olson Colson@cfmcom.com, buy Christopher Cummings Ccummings@cfmcom.com, Nicole Artzer Nartzer@cfmcom.com, Vicki Mendoza Vmendoza@cfmcom.com
In Seattle, CFM’s CEO Chris Martin and Enlivant’s CEO Jack Callison did not have to manifest an effort to connect in ways that feed a human need. Chris shares “Establishing emotional connections is an essential part of Enlivant’s culture. Enlivant is a family spread across the entire United States whose… Read More →
Full article can be read at: http://lhimagazine.com/index.php/sections/eating-there/1941-rockfish-seafood-grill For a modestly sized firm like Rockfish, case marketing usually is not easy. “It’s hard to find the money to market,” Lee admits. “There’s a lot of players that can out-shout you and out-spend you.” However, the firm has been fortunate to partner… Read More →
Every human being knows or is capable of discovering where his or her power source is. Connection to your own power source is what we should be promoting at work, prostate not feel-good-because-someone-praised-you worship. When we demote people to process machines, we’ve already told them what we value: the absence… Read More →
IT created from a great notion is where predictable meets unpredictability… you know that thing where somebody connects with you and/or your product and they may be just a little bit unsure of IT. By just sheer rite of passage, buy you probably have a permission slip to be just… Read More →