Why Transparency Matters

Straight from the CEO's Heart - October 11, 2021

Create an Open and Honest Workplace

Set the tone for your organization by creating a positive company culture that’s built on openness, integrity, and honesty.

Strive for Greatness

Straight from the CEO's Heart - August 30, 2021

Strive to Be Part of the Solution

When you empower your team to strive for excellence through self-improvement, growth, and adaptability, you may notice a positive shift in them as they feel inspired to be their best selves.

Communication is the Key to Success

Straight from the CEO's Heart - July 26, 2021

Effective Communication in the Workplace

Success in the workplace can be achieved in a variety of ways, and the core component that’ll help get you there is communication. 

Treat Coworkers with Respect and Empathy

Straight from the CEO's Heart - June 28, 2021

Cultivating a Respectful and Empathetic Workplace

Promoting a respectful and empathetic workplace can have a significant impact on you, your fellow team members, and your organization as a whole.

Managing Your Thoughts and Actions

Straight from the CEO's Heart - April 19, 2021

Keep the Positivity Alive at Work

Thoughts affect actions, and how you think and act at work can have a significant impact on your success. 

Accountability and Responsibility at Work

Straight from the CEO's Heart - February 22, 2021

The Power of Accountability and Responsibility

Accountability and responsibility encourage employees and leaders to take ownership and initiative for their work, relationships, and actions. At GOLD, we’re committed to inspiring our employees to fully embrace what it means to be accountable and responsible.

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