We Are Ideas

We Are Ideas

The idea, inc. Is a company of ideas, diversity, and change. It is our purpose to bring out the purposes of other people/clients regardless of nationality, race, and color as long as they manifest love, equality, and respect. We work on a high level of connection to make sure that our customers fee l that they are well taken-cared of. We are compassionate to each other because we understand that we come from different cultures.  We believe that trust is one of the most important factors in the success of the company. We value integrity. We welcome ideas, we are open to change.

As defined, company culture is the personality of the company from an employee perspective. It constitutes company mission, goals, values, ethics, and work environment. It is the circuit breaker of the company wherein relies the power of all parts of the house.  It tells how things should be done and interconnected for it to accomplish its mission. When something doesn’t work well, and is wrong, everything else is affected and should be checked.

Our company culture is one best representation of change. We work with team members from different parts of the world with varied ethnicity, religion and culture. We opt to have an environment that is happy, light, and free. We are not the common nine to five jobs in tight, crease-free suits, and glazed looks. We interact with clients on a more personal level. We are different in most aspects, but united in our mission of making a change.

Company Culture as a Social Entrepreneur

Company Culture as a Social Entrepreneur

As an entrepreneur, starting a new venture brings means identifying purposeful direction, profit opportunities, and people. People to manage the vision, people to deeply connect with and people who have like minded missions or can benefit from your mission.

Developing a company culture when it is a one woman show seemed necessary when i started idea, but who has time for warm and fuzzy-soft sell stuff when you have services to sell and people to benefit?

It doesn’t seem necessary and it seemed like another distraction which for any entrepreneur can be your kryptonite.

To me, however, company culture meant the spoken and unspoken ways a group of people identify with one another. If when it was just me i didn’t get my insecurities and weaknesses in check i would not have a group of people to call a team, nor would i have a viable – purposeful, profitable, centered around the people – business.

Developing a company culture may not have been the number two focus or even the 32nd item on the old to do list, but taking one hour a week or even monthly to consider my shortcomings and how i envisioned the company moving forward, there would be no roadmap for when the team did come on board.

And man was i excited when the opportunity to hire arose.

Now culture is not always something you can steer, but your personality, fears, crazy habits and strengths, as the company’s founder or leader, does create social cues and politics within teams.