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Unconventional Elements Of Success

Sep 29, 2020

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Garrett Lang introduces us to his approach to driving an agile work culture. His platinum rule? Treating others as they’d like to be treated.

Creating an atmosphere where people are continually learning from and evolving with their peers creates an environment that transcends skillset and age. Upscaling continuous learning that incorporates different skill sets, ages, and backgrounds creates a collaborative culture that allows each worker to grow within your company. If your workers are inspired and excited, that spells success for your business. 

In this week’s episode, Garrett Lang introduces us to his approach to driving an agile work culture. He shares with us the success he’s seen with non-traditional modes of empowering employees and what he calls the platinum rule: treating others as they’d like to be treated. 

Garrett’s company, PlateRate.com, is disrupting the customer experience at restaurants by transforming customer loyalty. In this era of uncertainty, his mission is to create the ultimate dining experience and make restaurants as profitable as possible.  

Watch this week’s episode to learn how to drive growth in the most critical area of your business, your people.

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