By now, you likely consider yourself something of a Small Giants connoisseur. You’ve read the book, you’ve attended a Summit, maybe you’ve even recruited a few Small Giants of your own into the Community. Or maybe you don’t have a clue about what a Small Giant is? In order to earn your Small Giants stripes, there are a few things you should know. Like, what’s the deal with the Small Giants fish? And do all Small Giants want to stay small? The clouds are about to part for you… That’s right, we’re blowing the lid off of the Small Giants philosophy to help shed some light on what we’re always saying— stick with us and you’ll learn everything you didn’t realize you needed to know about our Community.
What do you get when you cross leadership, values, and Denver, Colorado? The Small Giants Community Summit 2016. From June 12 - 14, 125 values-driven leaders from around the country (and even across the pond!) descended on Denver for a conference that stands out from the crowd. What makes the Small Giants Summit so special? The conference is designed to bring the six qualities of a Small Giant to life through networking with purpose, meaningful storytelling, interactive think tanks, and much more (check out this year’s photo gallery!).
How Honest Communication Bonds Business and Community
I’ve been really intrigued with all the references I hear from our guests about what Nick’s Pizza & Pub went through and the classic movie “It’s a Wonderful Life.” I realize that I’m so “in” my company and this experience that it’s hard for me to imagine what it must be like for people on the outside looking in, watching.
I should have known that the answer was in the community.
When it comes to a Small Giant who universally challenges (enables? EMPOWERS?) her peers to deliver a presence that improves the dynamic of their interactions, our friend Anese Cavanaugh is THE person to look to. It’s with great pleasure that we get to publish this story that originally appeared on anesecavanaugh.com.
I was recently in Costco with my daughter. We stocked up on water, TP, her favorite ice cream bars, that extra kitchen gadget we absolutely had to have (and more things that weren’t on our list), and we headed to the checkout.