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.

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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

Hallmark Of A Good Life

After we had eaten our turkey, dressing, and potatoes smothered in gravy and had a second piece of pie, it was acceptable to start Christmas. Many of you already know my rule, no Christmas until after Thanksgiving. One unintended consequence of this mandate occurs the Friday after Thanksgiving when we attempt to put up all...
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Gratefully Thankful

This week will contain the fourth Thursday in November. Since 1942, by an act of Congress, this date has been Thanksgiving. Before that, it was observed intermittently and on various dates. Abraham Lincoln, in 1863, had proclaimed the last Thursday in November a national day of “Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth...
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We Want A Shrubbery

In the 1975 movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, King Arthur and his band are blocked by the dreaded Knights Who Say “Ni!” in an enchanted forest. “We want a shrubbery,” demands the giant Knight, adding, “One that looks nice…and not too expensive.” King Arthur delivers a “shrubbery” after a short (hilarious) quest, but the...
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Look to the Light

“I have good news, and I have bad news. Which do you want first?” How many times has someone said this to you? And which do you choose to hear first? We almost all have a default choice that we have rationalized in our mind. We think, “It’s not just one or the other; I’m...
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