July was an epic month for Spiegel! We successfully hosted our first all-employee, in-person event that spanned five days of team bonding, collaboration, education, leadership and, of course, fun!
Spiegel has always been a small firm, attracting those who feel they are best suited for an organization with a small firm feel, but with big firm ideas. We are passionate about preserving this feel while continually experiencing year-over-year growth. One of the most appealing aspects of the “small firm feel” is that employees can develop a clear identity and have an essential role in our firm’s growth and success. While remote environments present a challenge in fostering that mindset, we remain intentional in our commitment to fortify our workforce with conscious goals that reinforce team unification and align with our core values.
According to Spiegel Principal, Henry Chavez, “It’s gratifying to hear from our leaders and staff that they walked away from Spiegel Team Week more energized than when they walked in! In my heart, it’s the result of everyone experiencing the passion and commitment we have to our culture, vision of who we can be, and the knowledge that everyone can be a player in the ‘new vision’ of us as a firm.”
Some of our greatest takeaways from Spiegel Team Week were that we have:
• an incredible team of professionals who thrive in environments where inclusivity, recognition and opportunities are consistently promoted;
• a culture where everyone’s voice is heard;
• a shared vision for the direction of our firm, and impassioned people ready to navigate that path forward; and
• a renewed appreciation for and commitment to our clients to provide personalized service that satisfies our clients’ needs and surpasses expectations
We are excited for the future of Spiegel and turning our strategic ideas into action over the next year and beyond. Keep following us as we share updates on our goals, and to get to know us better!
Author, Dyan Cole
Director of Operations
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