Category Archives: Lara Morrow

Interviewing for Culture Fit – All The Cool Kids Are Doing It

I am always being asked about the hiring process at Beryl and how we recruit and screen for culture.  Compassion is the number one competency that we look for.  This can be a challenge since there isn’t a test that … Continue reading

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I Wish We All Worked In Candyland

I love the Olympics and even though the London games are behind us I’m still feeling the spirit. But it isn’t because I am a huge sports fan.  To me, the best thing about the Olympics is hearing the passionate … Continue reading

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The Company Picnic: The New Cool…Again.

Why have many organizations let the company picnic become a dying art?  In this day and age is it now seen as corny?   Possibly, but I can tell you that a few weeks ago, at the annual picnic we call, … Continue reading

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Silos Starving Creativity and Collaboration

Recently I took my culture committee, The Better Beryl Bureau, out for a movie and dinner at the dine-in theatre.  They put in a lot of volunteer hours working hard on the culture and events at Beryl.  When I asked … Continue reading

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Why I Love The Fanatics

At Culture Fanatics our goal is to bring together thought leaders in the Culture and Engagement space to create a hub where people can find tips, rants, stories, and information on creating motivated, passionate, and engaged work environments. I love … Continue reading

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Missing The Iceberg

I have always been a little fascinated with the story of the Titanic.  I found myself thinking, “What if?” about so many little details during that fateful night in April 1912.  What if White Star Line wouldn’t have encouraged the … Continue reading

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Don’t Let “The Situation” Get Out of Hand!

It happens all over Hollywood, producers’ top stars are on top of their game one minute and the next thing you know, they find themselves in the midst of a breakdown or are checking themselves into rehab.  You can’t help … Continue reading

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