TMG Thought Leadership

Maintaining Sustainability

Posted by Joseph Sapp on Mar 5, 2019 2:24:11 PM

Part of every company’s business plan includes an overview of its sustainability, both financially and environmentally, including where those two elements impact each other. Over the past few years, TMG has taken several steps to improve our sustainability in the office. These efforts not only impact the culture and morale in the office but also improve our global footprint within our community. We’ve compiled our top three ways we’re becoming “greener,” making it easy for anyone to partake in our programs!

Start a Company Garden
Two years ago, we built a new garden that surrounds an outdoor sitting area where staff utilize during the warmer months, whether it be to eat lunch, have a different location for a team meeting or just to catch a few moments to unwind. The garden has several components that are important. First, a large food bed was created so that our team can grow and enjoy their own produce. The other planter areas include flowers and most importantly local native plants. This is great for the environment and creates habitats for our local birds and insects.

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Topics: Community Service, Mission Statement, Mission, global, sustainability

Make it your mission to have a great mission

Posted by Lauren Schoener-Gaynor on Apr 4, 2018 11:55:27 AM

Today, April 4, 2018, marks what would have been Maya Angelou’s 90th birthday. A woman of many remarkable words, she wrote poems and even statements that made us think. This quote, in particular, prompted some thought, especially as to how it relates to associations.

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Topics: Mission Statement, Core Values, Mission, collaboration, awareness, vision

Tips to a Ensure a Successful Mission Statement Revision

Posted by Pete Pomilio on Nov 22, 2016 9:56:04 AM

If you volunteer for or are employed by an association, tell me if this sounds familiar, “Our mission is to be the premier provider of education and networking opportunities to serve the needs of our members”. It’s a fine mission, and in most cases it is true. However, this same mission is applicable to 99% of associations and doesn’t truly speak to why your particular association exists. If your mission statement sounds like this one, it might be time to consider changing it. Here are a few tips to bring to the board table when considering a revision:

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Topics: Board of Directors, Mission Statement, Strategic Planning, Thought Leadership

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