First Friday Workplace Foolosophy Tour

First FridayI share.

I love to talk about business and creating a great and sustainable corporate culture.   Although it may be a competitive advantage for my company right now, I really believe that the world will just be a better place if people find happiness and fulfillment in their work.

So, I talk about it.  A lot.

In the past year I’ve talked to dozens of business leaders and media outlets about corporate culture.  We’ve discussed our unlimited vacation policy, core values, NCAA tournament parties, corporate universities, hiring practices, quirky job titles, open office plans, transparency, and open book finances. I love it.

Now you can visit The Motley Fool, too.

Each month we host a Workplace Foolosophy Tour.  The first Friday of each month from 9:30-11am you can join The Motley Fool Culture Club for a tour of Motley Fool Intergalactic Headquarters in Alexandria, VA.

The tour is about 45 minutes followed by an interactive discussion.

It’s free, kinda…  I do this for three reasons:  1) To change the world 2) To save some time and combine a lot into a Friday morning and 3) I always learn something, too.  So, to pay for your visit I ask that you share some of your most valuable resource and give me some of your ideas in return.

If you want to sign up, register here through Eventbrite.

NOTE: This is a business focused  workplace culture tour.  I don’t accept resumes, entertain sales pitches or give investing advice in this tour.  If you are member that wants to talk investing with our analysts come to our monthly member tour – sign up here.

19 thoughts on “First Friday Workplace Foolosophy Tour

  1. What a great idea! I’ve heard such great things about The Fool from many different sources. Must you be someone in an HR related field, or those who are just interested in different work cultures welcome?

    1. Hi Melissa,

      Anyone is welcome. I’ve had students, small business owners, HR specialists, start-ups, established businesses, government agencies, Fool subscribers, non-profits. Really – just anyone interested in business culture and working smarter.

  2. I highly recommend C-suite and HR professionals take Sam and her team up on their tour offer. It is a great insight into building a high impact workplace. Our firm actually asks all new hires to participate in this tour.

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