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Leadership in the Fall Line® is one of the world's premier leadership development retreats. Coordinated by Miick, we use beautiful mountains and fresh powder ski runs as both our classroom and playground. During these premium programs, skiing becomes a powerful metaphor for both life and business, and we use this to gain insight into how participants approach risk, changing conditions, and decision making.
Brands are built from the inside out. Company culture, hiring people who can enact that culture, and doing it regardless of industry, size, or scope can all be difficult tasks. That’s why we developed six steps that guide us on our path as we work – on purpose – with our clients.
A few weeks ago, we looked at five ways to support the Millennial workforce. From passion to providing autonomy, we began to look at this enormously influential demographic in our population. Are you ready for some more?
It's really hard to find great people. It's also really expensive to hire the not-so-great people. Forbes Magazine author David K. Williams estimates a single “bad” hire costs $25,000 - $50,000. A miss on a manager costs at least six times his or her monthly salary. Now, it's easy to see that a good staff is an investment, not an expense.
Here’s a tangible toolbox to support the success of your millennial workforce. My bet is you know you have an opportunity right before you. And…
The great battle over immigration policy is now in full swing. Should we scrutinize visitors from certain countries more than others? Should we deport families who are here illegally? Should we build a wall along the Mexican border? No matter where you stand on these issues, there's certain impact these decisions will have on the restaurant industry.
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The New York City Ballet; the Bolshoi; Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre; Martha Graham Dance Company; The New York Philharmonic; The Boston Pops; The Cleveland Philharmonic; The Stones. They all have it.
Company culture. It's almost like some mythical unicorn that companies use to justify their actions or recruit the hottest talent. But what does "company culture" really mean, and what are the components of company culture that actually effect change?
A company's performance can be a direct result of cultural goals it sets and achieves. Whether you're a five star hotel or a neighborhood pizza shop, your sense of purpose should directly translate - or not - to the people you serve.