Improving is committed to creating a great place to work by cultivating an environment which fosters life long personal and professional relationships. A positive approach towards open communication, personal growth, and shared rewards has resulted in sustainable success. However, at the heart of Improving is our set of guiding principles.
Excellence is not an occasional act, but a persistent habit. We strive to inspire others not only by what we do, but how we do it. We emphasize building trust for our coworkers and clients by delivering results that continuously exceed their expectations. This requires a unique combination of extraordinary resourcefulness and confident humility.
Our success is a consequence of our collective Involvement. Greatness is never guaranteed, and it is rarely achieved by doing the minimum. As a result, Improving encourages our employees to creatively contribute in areas outside of their every day responsibilities, including the active planning and commitment to their own learning and growth.
Dedication involves thinking of others more, without thinking less of ourselves. Improving is more than a company; it is a business family. As a result, it is important that we own the company name as if it were our own. We are generous with our time, knowledge, and experience and we regularly celebrate the achievements of others.
Improving recognizes that our employees’ careers involve a considerable amount of time, effort, and investment. As a result, it is important that we cultivate an environment that is rewarding and enjoyable. Our dedication to establishing ongoing trust and a strong culture helps us create one of the best places to work in every city where we operate.
We are dedicated to creating and maintaining a culture that exemplifies teamwork, excellence and fun. We believe a culture like this encourages both the inspiration and the motivation to achieve amazing things.
“It's truly a rare gift to be surrounded by so many people, so strongly driven by the same passion to learn, share, improve, and help each other ... we hit the career-lining-up-with-personal-strengths-lottery.”
― Cori Drew, Senior Consultant