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Are you looking for top talent in the right places?

In today’s competitive market, it can be challenging to identify and attract top talent. Why not take a page from Pepine Realty’s playbook and bring the talent pool to you?

At Pepine Realty, they make the hiring process work for them. Their unique approach to recruiting talent gets interested community members through the door and invites them to become licensed realtors through a realty school hosted in-house at Pepine. Along the way, Pepine is able to identify, interview, and train high-potential candidates, all while servicing the community through education and training. Everybody wins.

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Topics: Hiring, Core Values, Culture

When it comes to hiring, culture comes first.

How do you screen for values during the hiring process? The key to building a Small Giants company is hiring for culture fit, but vetting for values during the interview process can be complicated.

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Topics: Values, Hiring, Core Values, Firing, Culture

The Power of Beliefs in Business

Posted by Ari Weinzweig on January 25, 2018

The power of beliefs in business

Although most of us don’t realize it, there’s an invisible force impacting the course of our lives everyday: our beliefs.

What we believe may or may not be true, but unknowingly most of us behave in ways that reinforce our beliefs anyways. At a January 2017 Small Giants fishbowl, Zingerman’s Co-Owner and Founding Partner Ari Weinzweig took a closer look at how our beliefs play out in our day-to-day experiences in the workplace, and how we and our workplaces are impacted by those beliefs.

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Topics: Core Values, Beliefs, Zingermans

038A4682.jpgI was recently facilitating an exploration into values with the sixteen-member leadership team of a publicly-traded technology company. They had polled their 1,000 employees to determine their core values, only to end up with a generic list of what I call garbage—core value art that hangs on the walls but isn’t remotely felt throughout the organization. Taking the leadership team in a different direction, I supported them in unearthing the driving desires that motivated them as unique human beings, guiding them each to eventually land on a single word that defined who they are in the world.

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Topics: Core Values

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