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Cultivate a Healthy Workplace Petri Dish

Posted by Gavin Dinkel on Sep 9, 2019 10:30:00 AM


The bitterness of a black coffee at 8 am. A one table company discusses their next cycle of investors. We at Trigger, like most start ups, have an interesting and fulfilling workplace culture. 

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Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Media, Gerry Sandusky, Talent Development, Appreciation

Three Tips to Help with Attention Management

Posted by Gavin Dinkel on Aug 28, 2019 1:08:54 PM

Time Management seems to be a big problem with the modern workplace. Yet, many people seem to forget about where our attention goes. Our modern world has so many things that can very easily grab our attention. 

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Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Media, Talent Development

The 4 Questions Leaders Must Answer for their Teams

Posted by Gerry Sandusky on Aug 7, 2019 2:15:44 PM

Several years ago, I travelled to Sydney, Australia to do a few advance stories leading up to Michael Phelps first Olympic competition. Since I was traveling that far, I decided to do a brief side trip to New Zealand too. My wife and I made the 24 hour trip from the East Coast to New Zealand.

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Topics: Trigger, Lisa First-Willis, Talent Development, Team

The Five Things All Managers, Coaches, and Teachers Must Do

Posted by Gerry Sandusky on Jul 16, 2019 5:49:28 PM

Coaches, managers, teachers all share one thing in common: They focus on the development of other people. Developing the talent and potential in other people starts with assessing where they are right now. Trigger is designed to exactly that.

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Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Talent Development

It's Tough to Drive Without a Dashboard

Posted by Gerry Sandusky on Feb 26, 2019 9:38:00 PM

I saw the movie, First Man, recently, the film about Neil Armstrong, NASA, and the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon. It brought back memories of seeing the lunar landing live as a little kid. Back then I wondered how the astronauts could fly so far and land on the moon when they only had two tiny windows to peer out of.

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Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Talent Development

Cultivate a Healthy Workplace Petri Dish

Posted by Gavin Dinkel on Sep 9, 2019 10:30:00 AM


The bitterness of a black coffee at 8 am. A one table company discusses their next cycle of investors. We at Trigger, like most start ups, have an interesting and fulfilling workplace culture. 

Read More

Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Media, Gerry Sandusky, Talent Development, Appreciation

Three Tips to Help with Attention Management

Posted by Gavin Dinkel on Aug 28, 2019 1:08:54 PM

Time Management seems to be a big problem with the modern workplace. Yet, many people seem to forget about where our attention goes. Our modern world has so many things that can very easily grab our attention. 

Read More

Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Media, Talent Development

The 4 Questions Leaders Must Answer for their Teams

Posted by Gerry Sandusky on Aug 7, 2019 2:15:44 PM

Several years ago, I travelled to Sydney, Australia to do a few advance stories leading up to Michael Phelps first Olympic competition. Since I was traveling that far, I decided to do a brief side trip to New Zealand too. My wife and I made the 24 hour trip from the East Coast to New Zealand.

Read More

Topics: Trigger, Lisa First-Willis, Talent Development, Team

The Five Things All Managers, Coaches, and Teachers Must Do

Posted by Gerry Sandusky on Jul 16, 2019 5:49:28 PM

Coaches, managers, teachers all share one thing in common: They focus on the development of other people. Developing the talent and potential in other people starts with assessing where they are right now. Trigger is designed to exactly that.

Read More

Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Talent Development

It's Tough to Drive Without a Dashboard

Posted by Gerry Sandusky on Feb 26, 2019 9:38:00 PM

I saw the movie, First Man, recently, the film about Neil Armstrong, NASA, and the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon. It brought back memories of seeing the lunar landing live as a little kid. Back then I wondered how the astronauts could fly so far and land on the moon when they only had two tiny windows to peer out of.

Read More

Topics: Trigger, Employee Reviews, Talent Development