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Thursday, October 2 • 9:00am - 10:00am

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Many CEOs agree that their most important assets walk in and out of the door every day. Next Jump has believed this for the last 20 years and has invested time testing and experimenting to create a strong company culture that puts our employees first. We are doing a lot of cutting edge and innovative things on corporate culture, from our world class developmental programs, classified by Harvard as a “DDO” – one of three companies globally to get this recognition, to our lifetime employment policy, mentioned in Simon Sinek’s most recent TedTalk. Join Next Jump’s NewCo session to learn how to create a strong company culture beyond bean bags, fizzy drinks, and cool office space.


Elise Pierpont and Sarah Kalamchi

Head of PR and Director of Health and Wellness, Next Jump

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Thursday October 2, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
Next Jump
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  • Company Description At Next Jump, we believe that culture is the process which leads to business success. Our Culture is split into two components, Personal Growth and Helping Others. Everything we do at Next Jump follows this simple mantra: Better Me + Better You = Better Us. Within the walls of Next Jump, we work to create an environment that helps achieve this fulfillment by first taking care of ourselves (Better Me), so that we can better take care of others (Better You).

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