In the 1980’s World renowned organizational consultant Sumantra Ghosha taught about “The Smell of the Place.” He referenced the hot and tiresome summers of Calcutta, India versus the temperate gardens of Fountainbleau, France in the Summer. He explained that it was hard to remain active in Calcutta. It was hard to stay motivated. In the gardens of Fountainbleau however, one could not help but jog, to skip, and to be engaged. At the Steelyard Academy, we will show you how to create an environment or “Smell of the Place” that will motivate your people, yourself, and your families.
“Company Culture is the product of a company’s values, expectations and environment.” Courtney Chapman
“Satisfied employees mean satisfied customers, which leads to profitability.” Anne M. Mulcahy
“Customers will never love a company until the employees love it first.” Simon Sinek
“We believe that it’s really important to come up with core values that you can commit to. And by commit, we mean that you’re willing to hire and fire based on them. If you’re willing to do that, then you’re well on your way to building a company culture that is in line with the brand you want to build.” Tony Hsieh
“Everyone on the team plays an equal role. My role is to create the wave and everyone on our team keeps the wave going.” William Wang