posted March 26, 2018
Empowerment is at an all-time high and I’m wowed on a daily basis by those who have the courage to speak up. But what about the actions or words that oftentimes go unnoticed? In other words, what about microaggressions?
posted November 27, 2017
Dagger Glimpses: The Culture Committee
Since its inception over 14 months ago and its installation 12 months ago, the culture committee has grown into something its members appreciate and honor.
posted October 20, 2017
Dagger Glimpses: 2017 Dagger Retreat
We left the office shortly after 10:00AM. All 25 of us eagerly walked onto the luxury charter bus to head to a destination unfamiliar to most. The air was filled with excitement as conversations between seat-mates continued at a steady pace.
posted September 1, 2017
Dagger Glimpses: #CultivateCultureATL
What makes Dagger a great place to work? The fact that the entire leadership team supports and encourages us to dream and build. Last night was a big night.
posted August 28, 2017
Culture Summit 2017: A Short Recap
Almost instantaneously I prepared to make a “Why I Should Attend Culture Summit 2017” case to leadership. A conference focused solely on culture? It sounded like a dream. And now that I’m on the other side of it, I can report that it was.
posted July 21, 2017
Dagger Glimpses: A Dagylmpics Recap
After a false forecast of rain, the highly anticipated 21st of June turned out to be hot and humid. Not only was it the first day of summer, it was also the first-annual Dagger Olympics, what was quickly deemed Daglympics.
posted May 10, 2017
Looking for the Right Job is a Full-Time Job
Just as there is proper business etiquette, I argue the same is true when applying and interviewing for a job. Keep reading for five key dos and don’ts for all you job seekers, straight from the person assessing and interviewing you.
posted April 3, 2017
Culture vs. Workplace Cool Stuff
Beer. Ping pong tables. Unlimited PTO. Sounds cool, right? Don’t be fooled: knowing the difference between workplace cool stuff and real culture isn’t easy.
posted January 5, 2017
IT’S NEVER ABOUT MILLENNIALS
Lazy. Entitled. Unreliable. You might recognize those as adjectives most commonly used to describe a particular group of people: Millennials.