How does one judge the values and character of a business?
Certainly not by the words written in a web site. Mission statements? Values? Corporate vows? We imagine Enron had a pretty strong statement of values. Politicians take oaths all the time. Lance Armstrong built a career on values. Tiger Woods was up there with sliced bread for a while. Zuckerberg is brilliant. Without his money, is he the guy for your daughter?
So how does one judge corporate values? There’s no such thing. You can only judge the character of the people within.
Unfortunately, you must disregard the print and in most cases what comes out of the mouth or press room. We watch their actions. We look for congruence between what they say and how they back it up. Do you move the furniture or vacuum around it? Do you call when you said you would? Do you do the right thing when no one is watching? Do you leave your card on the windshield of a car you scratched? Do you give back too much change?
Come watch us work. Deeply get to know our work family. Come to Peters’ ranch and let yourself feel. Solid, built to last. Amish-like work ethic. Understand the hardship Tricia went through as a widowed single mom and never stopped looking forward. Try to conceptualize the trust the U.S. Air Force put into Jason as the last human between the nuclear button and the U.S. President. Be touched by Cindy’s absolute obsession with client driven hospitality. Let Izzy’s laughter and outlook on life change your mood and lighten your heart. Watch Bo’s genuine care for every students comfort and well-being. No games? Straight shooter? Spend ten minutes with Dennis and know you are safe. Discover who we really are as a team of individuals, all selected for the same traits. Most importantly, look for the common theme that runs through the owners of the firms we choose to do business with.
Morgan Methodology is more than a brand. It’s a bloodline.