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Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
Trainiac Culture Code
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Trainiac Culture Code

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We live by our behavioural values. We call it our DNA or our Trainiac Culture Code. 7 values in total, a world of possibility. www.trainiac.com

We live by our behavioural values. We call it our DNA or our Trainiac Culture Code. 7 values in total, a world of possibility. www.trainiac.com

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  1. CODECULTURE
  2. WE AREFULL OF INSIGHT (I know stuff and apply it in smart ways.) 1
  3. in·sight [in-sahyt] (noun) capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or thing.
  4. I can see through the matrix.
  5. Albert Einstein THE PROBLEMS THINKING THE TYPE OF THAT IN THE WORLD BE FIXED BY TODAY CANNOT THAT EXIST CREATED THEM.
  6. Each new project and experience adds to my smarts. Before the solving starts, the knowing needs to happen. I can’t fix stuff without knowing what’s wrong with it – so I make it my job to know. I reflect and remember and this makes me even better next time around.
  7. WE ARE I MAKE THINGS BETTER. DESIGN-MINDED. (i’m a problem solver.) 2
  8. designer [dih-zahy-ner] (noun) one who realises a concept or idea into a configuration, drawing or plan, which helps achieve the idea’s designated objective(s)
  9. I can’t not solve problems. It’s how I’m built. Hit me with your best shot.
  10. PRESIDENT & C.E.O. - IDEO TIM BROWN to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success. Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit
  11. HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ‘Unsolvable problem’? Pfft. Challenge accepted. My mechanic told me, “I couldn’t repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder.” Steven Wright
  12. WE DELIVER. I GET THE JOB DONE - RIGHT & ON TIME. (I do what I say I will, when I say I will.) 3
  13. deliver the goods (phrase; verb) to produce or perform something promised or expected, to attain success or reach a desired goal.
  14. This one speaks for itself. No doublespeak or jumping through hoops – I do it right, on time, every time.
  15. Mae West an ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises.
  16. WE ARE ENGAGED. (I build open and working relationships.) 4
  17. en·gage [en-geyj] v. en·gaged, en·gag·ing, en·gag·es (verb) 1. to pledge or promise 2. to attract & hold the attention of; engross 3. to draw into; involve
  18. Client, COLLEAGUE, SUPPLIER, ASSOCIATE, PARTNER I MAKE FRIENDS.
  19. When you fail, I’m there to dry your tears and point you in the right direction. I’ll call you out when you’re wrong. When you succeed, I’m your biggest fan. I want to share ideas and dreams with you. And not in a meet-for-an-occasional-beer- but-gradually-lose-touch kind of way.
  20. “You got friends all around you right now. Miles and miles of friends.” Jake the Dog
  21. I am responsive. My lights are on. I am listening. I pay attention.
  22. WE LEAD LEARNING IN A ORGANISATION. (I’ll help you reach your potential.) 5
  23. leadership [lee-der-ship] (noun) the quality or function of a leader: the person who challenges, supports, guides and directs
  24. “The secret to mastery in any field is to forever be a student.” Martin Palmer
  25. I support the performance of others. I have grown comfortable with courageous conversations and giving clear feedback – positive and developmental.
  26. ...and maybe plays on the yeah. with the students HACKY SACK But a cool one, who wears a BACKWARDS BASEBALL CAP. LIBRARY LAWNS.
  27. WE ARE EASILY UNDERSTOOD. (I say what I mean and I mean what I say.) 6
  28. sim·plic·i·ty [sim-plis-i-tee] (noun) freedom from complexity, intricacy, or division into parts; plain and uncomplicated in form
  29. you know what we hate? which is why at CORPORATE BUZZWORDS. OFTHOUGHTLEADERSHIP&SYNERGY. BOXWE ENDEAVOR TO THINK OUTSIDE THE
  30. nah. I work and speak in the real world, using plain language that real human beings can understand. ‘Nuff said. beep beep boopity boop
  31. If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. ALBERT EINSTEIN
  32. WECHAMPION VALUE.LASTING (I’m super smart in how I work.) 7
  33. long-lived [lawng-lahyvd] (adj) lasting a long time; persistent; durable
  34. http://www.flickr.com/photos/benimoto/ I LOVE IT YESTERDAY IT’S MY BEST WORK TODAY. LITTLE LEGACY. when my from shows up in projects
  35. When I see something from yesterday that works perfectly for today’s project, it’s like finding an easter egg.
  36. trainiac [trey-nee-ak] maniac: a wildly zealous or enthusiastic person train: to teach; to make proficient by instruction and practice ORIGIN: (noun) 1. a person with a passionate desire and superior ability to help others learn

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