At the end of the day, boldness is defined by our actions: Casting a clear vision, making big decisions, and taking risks. But what drives those bold moves in business?
In times of uncertainty, we seek comfort in the knowns. But that security comes at the expense of innovation. How do bold leaders embrace the uncomfortable?
Our annual summit bringing together visionary business leaders, Catalyst PDX was a smashing success! Check out some of our favorite highlights from the day.
Kinesis has been honored as one of the Best for the World™ B Corps in the Governance category for 2022, ranking in the top 5% of our size group worldwide.
The company naming process is often less than strategic — usually a box to check on a business license. As a result, many names are in need of a refresh.
‘The Spark’ is when business leaders stand right on the cusp of opportunity, but need a little extra oomph to move from inspiration to transformation. Keep an eye on the Kinesis blog for this new series.
Loupe’s spark was Shuv — a proprietary offering enabling engineers to remotely push updates to any machine, from anywhere.
For G4 Kegs, the spark was becoming a new kind of industry leader — one that prioritized meaningful partnerships in a time when the brewing industry was aflame.
At Solid Form, the spark started as a question around employee engagement, kindling a flame under a team that craved more robust and creative projects.
How you talk about your team is a direct reflection of what you think of them. Learn how the language you use can have a profound impact on your company culture.