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Pay Close Attention to the Man Behind TOMS Shoes: http://ow.ly/LenQB
Blake Mycoskie, the founder of TOMS, talks to Inc. 's Scott Gerber about starting a mission-based business, the challenges of manufacturing globally, and how he learned-- the hard way--that shoes are best sold in boxes, not bags.
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Three Pillars of Leadership Confidence http://ow.ly/LdYv4
NOTE: This is an excerpt of a detailed white paper I have created for my clients that outlines specific strategies for developing these confidences. If you would like the full white paper, please email me at marissa@successfulculture.com. I'm working with a very brave CEO who stepped into a ...
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The difference between Transformational Trainers and Talking Heads http://ow.ly/Lek1Z
In my last blog post, I shared a short video taken from an hour-long interview I did last year on the topic of Transformational Training – and what it means to teaching people experientially from the inside out. Here’s the next video in the series... It’s called “What Makes Transformational Training So Powerful” and willRead More
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How to Overcome Burnout and Stay Motivated: http://ow.ly/LekNy
What to do if your work is sapping too much energy.
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Following a morning routine and keeping your pride in check can help you rise in the business world.
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12 Habits of Really Successful People: Mad Men Edition http://ow.ly/LemFo
The world has changed radically, but some of the habits that led to success in the 1960s have timeless application.
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Are these really the five most profitable industries in the U.S.? http://ow.ly/Lekta
Fantasy sports services and online surveys haven't been around long, but the margins in these sectors blow away other those in other industries. Here's why.
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How to Restore and Refresh for Greater Leadership Results: http://ow.ly/Leh61
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"Enliven Your Work with Mindfulness" http://ow.ly/KWUmX
Ellen Langer, professor of psychology at Harvard University, explains why we need to stop operating on auto-pilot.
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Try these "Three Integrated Strategies for Peak Productivity"! ow.ly/KpRny
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Culture and people fuel growth. Growth does not fuel culture.
Introduction

Welcome to Successful Culture, created specifically to share with business owners and executives my insights, experiences, successes, and lessons learned on how to build a successful culture. Now in its 17th year, Information Experts has employees who have stuck by our side and trusted our leadership for more than a decade.

In my experience, employees stay for two reasons:

  1. They feel passionate about the work they perform.
  2. They feel passionate about where they work. They are happy there.

If either of these conditions stops or goes away, the commitment will diminish and key team members will leave.

Culture and people fuel growth. Growth does not fuel culture.

Here at Successful Culture, you’ll learn strategies for building and sustaining a culture that will keep your employees engaged, happy, and committed to giving 110% — as well as cutting edge, innovative ideas that you can implement in your business every day—AND a whole bunch of fun concepts to play with.

Thanks for visiting — and congratulations for your commitment toward building a Successful Culture.