Creating a Culture of Trust

The culture of a company says a lot about the way things run – both internally and externally. If there is not a foundation of trust between colleagues, teams and employees, a plethora of other factors that impact the office environment remain in question. If you think the culture at your company is toxic, the…

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How Servant Leadership Impacts the Bottom Line

The idea of servant leadership has become more prevalent in the business world over the past few years. This counter-cultural approach to leadership has proven itself valuable and continues to trend that way. So what exactly is servant leadership? And how has it proven to be a top leadership style today? Let’s take a deeper…

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Safe Hands + Roam

The transition from quarantine life into a “new normal” has been undeniably challenging for all of us. The CDC and government leaders have provided guidelines for the transition period we find ourselves in, yet so much is left to personal preference and interpretation. At Roam, we’ve identified a common obstacle that is true both inside…

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The Brief: Growth Kit #6

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May has begun and summer will be here before you know it! If you’re looking for a way to switch up your routine – for you or your family – we’ve got a few ideas. Professional The culture of your company is more important than ever. In this exclusive white paper, General Assembly helps you…

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How to Brighten the Holidays for Your Team & Clients

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Our team has been doing a lot of traveling for work this past season, and I just looked up from the summer to realize it was already Thanksgiving. If you’re anything like us, you may be craving a season of rest, family and holiday lights. Maybe it’s because my husband and I work together, or…

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Meet Hospitality Assistant, Trey Powers

Trey Powers Hospitality Assistant

Born in Louisville, Kentucky and raised in Suwanee, Georgia, Trey is a senior at Georgia State University. With a passion for learning new things and international cultures, Trey will receive a degree in Global Studies with a concentration in peace building in the Middle East and minors in Arabic and Non-Profit Management upon graduating in…

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Meet Assistant General Manager, Josh Kelly

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Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Josh lived in Iowa and Kansas before landing in Metro Atlanta in 2001. After graduating from Milton High School, Josh spent two years at Samford University and then transferred to Kennesaw State University where he graduated with a degree in Organizational Communication. Josh made his move to Roam in 2016…

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How Companies Leverage Coworking Spaces

Contrary to popular opinion, coworking spaces are not exclusively for freelancers and start-ups. A rapidly growing segment of the industry comes—somewhat surprisingly—from the corporate world. In fact, a recent survey by CBRE Research indicates that 65% of enterprise-level organizations plan on leveraging the power of coworking by 2020. A CREATIVITY AND COLLABORATION KICKSTART Savvy business…

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Meet Director of Corporate Sales, Courtney Vann

Courtney is from Bay Springs, a small town in south Mississippi with a population of less than 2,500. She flew the nest in 2001 and hasn’t slowed down since! Courtney graduated from the University of Mississippi (Hotty Toddy!) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Hospitality Management. While in college, she also spent some time in Vail,…

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Meet Community Manager, Mary London Goshert

Born and raised in the poultry capital of the world, Gainesville, Georgia, Mary London (yep, a double first name) grew up in a big family and shares a spot with her twin brother. She moved to Birmingham, Alabama to study Journalism at Samford University. After four quick years, Mary London moved to Kenya, East Africa where…

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