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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