Author: Lindsay Lemieux

Creating a Stellar Onboarding Experience

Creating a Stellar Onboarding Experience

My grandfather used to always tell us grandchildren, “When you meet someone you look them in the eye, smile, and give a firm handshake, because your first impression lasts a lifetime.” This isn’t much different when onboarding a new employee to your company. The candidate experience starts right with the application process and continues for […]

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What Can a Companywide Discussion Do for Your Culture?

What Can a Companywide Discussion Do for Your Culture?

Last Wednesday at noon the DAVIS Training Room was booked with employees from all levels of the organization, different departments and locations. This was a voluntary meeting with an overwhelming response rate. The Professional Development team, an internal focus group, has a mission to empower individuals to advance in their careers by providing the tools, […]

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The Difference Between a Mission & Vision Statement

An organization describes its objective and goals through a mission and vision statement. At The DAVIS Companies we recently created a focus group program. There are five focus groups each meeting to improve a certain area of our business. This is a voluntary program and involves all of our offices across all different departments. What […]

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Leadership

The Advantage: Building a Cohesive Leadership

I recently started reading “The Advantage” by Patrick Lencioni.  Lencioni discusses the necessary foundation, and building blocks to achieving a healthy organization. He talks about four major components to making organizational health part of the reader’s corporate environment: Build a Cohesive Leadership Team Create Clarity Over communicate Clarity Reinforce Clarity

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Why and #ROCI

It all started with Simon Sinek and his idea of The Golden Circle. The Golden Circle is the symbol behind how great leaders inspire. Sinek found that all great and inspiring leaders all think, act and communicate the same way – they start with why, in others words their purpose, cause or belief. So we […]

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