THE PEAKCHANGE WAY
Our guiding principles and values that drive us at PeakChange and represent our company culture.
Keep it Human.
We are humans working with humans. Instead of trying to challenge our human tendencies, we choose to celebrate them. We embrace our emotions, needs, faults, and motivations - this is the post-transactional way of doing business.
Dream Passionately, Plan for Reality.
It takes big dreams to change the world. But to make these dreams come true, we recognize that means working within the realms of reality. To ensure all our work is meaningful, we are conscious about how we spend our time and energy.
We believe working together solves problems, faster and better. Instead of competing, we choose to collaborate because we think every contribution within the community is integral to our mission. So instead of answering with a “no, and” we choose the “yes, but” approach to relationships.
Be Graciously Bold.
We have a voice, and we are not afraid to use it. We think this encourages an honest and open space for everyone to engage. We also don’t shy away from taking risks - especially when we believe it benefits the community at large. We always sit in the front row.
Keep Adding Value.
Don’t reinvent the wheel--make it better. We strive to put meaning behind all of our work, from our interactions with others to our internal meetings. We can’t create change without adding value to this space.
Move with the Ball.
In such a fast paced industry, we choose to move alongside the ball, not just keep it rolling in front of us. With our indelible curiosity, we choose to make learning a constant goal. This allows us to expand our limitations versus working within them.
Thrive in Openness.
The impact frontier requires us to find comfort in the discomfort of openness. We keep our minds open to new ideas, and more importantly, to feedback. Openness also encourages transparency across the industry - something we believe is critical to the space.
To be successful at work and life is to be balanced. This means we like to have fun both in and out of the office. In addition to our work, we make sure to move together, laugh together, and cheers together. In other words, “busy” isn’t in our vocabulary.