Below are the values we have worked hard to establish over the past 5 years. Our infrastructure is solidly in place, and it helps us ensure that we bring people into the culture of our company who are in alignment with our core values.
Integrity & Honesty. We believe that transparency and sincerity build trust. We believe in having strong moral principles based on honesty, and following those principles religiously.
Gratitude. We’re a company of gratitude. We’re grateful to our amazing clients. We’re grateful to each other. We’re grateful to our relationships, and for the opportunities we have.
Professionalism. We’re a team of educated, experienced professionals; not amateurs. We understand that it’s not just what you know – it’s how you do your job, how you dress, behave, and how you come across as you interact with others that builds our reputation.
Competence. We are a competent team. This means: 1. We possess the essential skills and abilities to accomplish the work. 2. We have a strong desire to contribute to the growth of the company (because we believe in the company vision).
Cooperation. We value teamwork. We work together, we win together, and we waddle together. We cooperate.
Freedom. We believe in freedom—not only for the company but also in our personal lives. We support and help our team members to become free—financially, physically, and mentally.
Helping our community. There are a lot of human needs. The most important is to live, love, learn, and matter. We want to give back and make a difference.
Independence. We believe in being accountable for our own destiny. We’re not big believers in grants and handouts. We take accountability for our own destiny.
Leadership. Leadership can be lonely, but we have the courage to stand out in the cold if need be to do the right things, even if those things are not popular.
Responsibility and accountability. We have an attitude of “I’ll do it!”. We don’t say, “I’ll try to get around to it”; we just do it. Not only do we do it, we take accountability for what happens—good or bad.
Culturally sensitive. We embrace the people and places of the world. We value diversity. We work on a daily basis with a wide variety of ethnic and religious groups, without bias.