The Kimmell Vision

The Kimmell Vision

A world where people know they are valued

Our Vision is based on the core belief that people are intrinsically valuable and putting that belief into action will radically change us all.

Word From The Herd

Our weekly leadership podcast

Interviews with leaders focusing on tangible ways to demonstrate value to the people around us, thereby inspiring transformational change in people and corporate culture.

Value Culture

The Value Culture

The path to creating a thriving corporate community

Living with the Value Culture results in loyal employees, alignment in purpose, innovation, creativity, and is essential to the long-term success of a company.

Recent Articles and Posts

Lead Like A Mother

My mother is an amazing person, as I am sure yours is. I am certain I have no idea what she thinks about herself deep down in the secret place of her being that only she can visit. I can imagine many of the ways she views herself, because they coincide with roles she fills...
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The Middleman

I spent a significant portion of my life doing things to avoid emotional pain. A couple days ago, I caught a lyric from a new single by Twenty One Pilots. In their song, “Choker”, lead singer Tyler Joseph sings, “pain is just a middleman.” That is a really concise way to describe what it took...
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Pebbles In Our Shoes

I used to run. A lot. At one point my running partners and I were doing 200-mile relays with four people and competing in 100-mile individual races. I learned something very important during this time of my life. It’s the little things that matter. Often it isn’t the mountains ahead that wear you out, it’s...
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In Dreams Begin Responsibilities

Delmore Schwartz wrote “In Dreams Begin Responsibilities” in 1937 when he was only 23. Though he wrote for the rest of his turbulent life, he was plagued by alcoholism and mental illness and unable to match his early success. As a result of alcohol and drug abuse, he died alone and mostly forgotten in 1966....
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