Have you ever read Fortunately, by Remy Charlip? It’s a story about a boy who overcomes obstacles—and a childhood favorite of our SVP Keri McIntosh. To this day, you’ll often hear her reference the story’s point of view—unfortunately…fortunately—when we’re about to face a challenge. It can be inspiring to look for the positives, especially this…Read More
With the attention on Coronavirus (COVID-19) turning from containment to prevention, companies around the world are implementing a work from home policy for their employees. This strategy, aimed at further stopping the rapid spread of the virus, allows employees to self-quarantine while still getting their work done. The adjustment can be difficult, as many of…Read More
Gone are the days of stuffy corporate norms and the boys club mentality that has historically excluded women from prospering in the business world. Women-owned businesses are on the rise and show no signs of slowing down. There has been a significant uptick in women starting their own companies or becoming primary shareholders in companies…Read More
You receive a calendar invitation to an office happy hour and are told that attendance is optional. Perhaps it’s during your typical nine-to-five grind in a conference room or after hours at a local hotspot. You think “do I have to go?” and conjure up every excuse not to attend. Because what really is the…Read More
Boston Celtics President Rich Gotham recently sat down with Sandy Lish to talk about his most defining moment with the organization, the importance of teamwork on and off the court and how great it is to be a part of “Celtic Pride.” He also shared a few things most fans may not know about the…Read More
One of the most moving moments in our otherwise largely humorous, “Thing” competition came when Keri presented her fabric- and phrase-splotched megaphone.
Keri has been an integral part of our team for an amazing 17 YEARS—having led events for us around the world and around the corner. She has developed team members and client relationships and most of all, epitomizes Castle Culture. She is family.Read More
Company culture has a huge effect on employee performance and the productivity of an organization as a whole. According to research conducted by the American Psychological Association, feeling valued is one of the main indicators of a worker’s job performance. Spreading an attitude of gratitude and knowing what motivates your employees is important in molding team…Read More