To promote the growth of the remote workforce by supporting team cultures with a sharing economy, for the good of the people and the planet.
Sensational Team Building and Keynote Speaker Experiences hosted by local contributors on a sharing e-commerce platform and managed by us.
Go Local is your team’s Social Committee! Event services always include support with planning, technology, customizations, quality control, and so much more…
ABOUT THE FOUNDERS
When people pursue authentic interests and share their passions, motivation is accessed at the source.
After years of teaching in a college system, you grow to appreciate the moments when students allow their motivations to come up in group discussion. There's magic there, and it reminds us that people are all already motivated. It reminds us that leadership isn't about authority, it's about inspiration. It's about making connections between daily interactions, and your team's already existing values systems.
That same spark, created in professional settings, is what transforms groups into teams. When you allow people to come together to be themselves and to do what they enjoy, the outcome is an immeasurable ROI on internal development, and retention rates to brag about.
Building a successful business starts with a successful team, and it's been my pleasure and life's work to observe successful teams do what they do best!
As a society, we are propelling towards new and decentralized share economies in more industries than just food delivery, vacation rentals and taxis. It's a value that's increasingly becoming part of our world because of its efficiency, and its flexibility in allowing contributors to be their own bosses, make their own schedules, and still make great pay.
As a college professor, every day I'm exposed to the realities of today's (and tomorrow's) entry-level workforce. They are more intelligent, aware of global trends and filled with community values. Now, they are in pursuit of work that aligns with personal fulfillment.
Post pandemic, career satisfaction seems to have become more attached to current social benefits and “employee experiences,” and less about economic security and long-term orientation. Understating remote work was only the beginning, now we must excel at it. Teams are still teams and friends are still friends but getting together evolved.
There's plenty of room to re-think and evolve the ways we engage, train, and even attract talent. The key lies in their values, and businesses are increasingly aware and supportive of digital intermediaries for this exact reason.