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How to Write a Company Vision

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Topics: Vision

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 May 16th - 19th, 2017, more than 150 leaders took to Detroit for our annual gathering of values-driven leaders. #SGCSummit2017 immersed participants in two full days packed with interactive workshops, authentic, engaging panels, and honest storytelling from practitioners in our Long Story Short talks.

 Our annual Summit is a unique, relationship-based experience, defined by a shared spirit of meaningful networking, vulnerability, and connection. A picture’s worth a thousands words - check out our photo gallery of the Summit in action, courtesy of Rooney & Company.

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Topics: Community, Leadership, Values, Small Giants Summit, Vision, Company Culture, Finance, Purpose, Stakeholders

Five years ago, I started a journey. As an organization, we knew we wanted our work at Trendspot, Inc. to be driven by a larger mission. We decided to monetarily invest in living out our core values every single day, working to institutionalize the tenets to bring us closer to realizing our company vision. Over the last five years, we’ve worked hard to increase our commitment to our core values and vision at every level. Here’s what’s worked for us — and why I think it could work for your business, too.

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Topics: Vision, Core Values

Can you feel it? 2017 is going to be the year of the values-driven leader. Now more than ever, business leaders are investing in the qualities that matter most when building a truly great business: purpose, leadership, culture, finances, relationships, and community. For all leaders, the new year is an opportunity to refresh your vision and renew your commitment to growing with purpose. That’s where we come in.

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Topics: Business, Community, Leadership, Values, Vision

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