Success Rises and Falls on Culture by William Warren

Culture is everything: success rises and falls on culture. I’d define “culture” as the shared personality, values and beliefs of a team. It’s intangible but absolutely crucial. If you have a good culture, your team will love working for you, you vendors will love working with you, and your clients will love hiring you. The opposite is […]

CULTURE IS KING By CHRIS CARNEAL, Boosterthon

I believe culture is king! Posted high on a central wall in our Home Office is Peter Drucker’s famous quote, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” When someone walks into your work environment, culture is the emotional energy they feel—it’s the temperature in the room. It’s the DNA of your organization. I’m often asked how I […]

A Secret from Disney by Rob Lott

When a family begins the pilgrimage to Walt Disney World, their expectations are exceptionally high.  They can’t help themselves. They’ve been inundated with marketing from Walt Disney World, the Disney movies they’ve seen, and the stories they’ve heard from the Disney-loving family down the street, and it’s all building toward their own euphoric anticipation of the moment when they finally get their own stroll down Mainstreet U.S.A., toward Cinderella and Prince Charming’s Castle.    I have […]

10 Points on Culture by Billy Boughey, Elevate Live Events

Culture is the most important metric in business. At Elevate, we view our hiring process, business strategies, and scope of work through the lens of our company culture. We intentionally design a team and environment that go hand in hand with our company vision. People should know our core values by looking at our team and how […]

Dignity by Tiffany Trivett

Dignity: the state or quality of being worthy of honor or respect. . I finished “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”, a seriously remarkable book, in just two hours. The best words for it are: Drinkable and Clarifying. Drinkable because it is eloquently written. Clarifying because it shifts paradigms into sharper view. . In 1995, […]