People want to add value. They want to make a difference. They want to be part of a winning team. They want to do great work.
Great work is about making a difference people love. It’s about asking the right question: what would people love?
People who do great work see for themselves how their work will be used by the end-user. They talk to people outside their normal circle to get new ideas. They improve the mix and deliver something new that makes an impact. To do great work, you inherently need connections. To your work. To your customer. To your peers. And to a motivating purpose. When organizations foster a culture of success in the right way, employees are empowered to do great work and experience personal and shared victories. Consider telling a great story that provides personality. Writing a story with personality for potential clients will assist with making a relationship connection. This shows up in small quirks like word choices or phrases. Write from your point of view, not from someone else's experience.
We believe in partnering with you to create an integrated effort. You’ll get the benefits of a team that listens. A team that is creative and experienced.
From the initial days of operation, MERCURY co-founders built a culture around a “You’re smart, figure it out” philosophy . From the beginning, the co-founders identified what people are good at and let them do it. They trusted their talent with important work. This approach continues to provide employees with great power and responsibility. The opportunity to fail has a positive impact on an employee’s experience at work. There are significant differences in satisfaction and engagement when innovation—even if it means failure—is encouraged.