Building a strong corporate culture is one of the cores of business success. Many organizations strive for a culture that recognizes and embraces shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that reflect the goals of the organization. At Three Wire, our internal culture centers around the philosophy of team, life, and community. We endeavor to lift each other up, and to encourage each other to look for opportunities to do good for and by others. Generosity and kindness are principles we aim to practice on a regular basis.

Recently, we launched a Random Acts of Kindness campaign in our offices across the country, to see how we might positively contribute to the communities we live and work in, and perhaps inspire others to “pay it forward.” Each day, for five days, we challenged employees to carry out five “nice” things that would benefit someone else.

To help in generating some ideas, we provided staff with a week’s worth of simple recommendations for quick-and-easy ways to make an impact on someone else’s day. For example:

  • Day One: Leave a nice note for a friend, loved one, co-worker, or even a stranger.
  • Day Two: Write a letter of encouragement to a stranger who needs it.
  • Day Three: Register to become a bone marrow donor. If you are already registered, or can’t/don’t want to become a donor, donate to this or another cause that you feel connected to.
  • Day Four: Go to Free Rice and spend 10 minutes answering questions. This is a United Nations Food Program that will donate rice to hungry people for every question you get right.
  • Day Five: Purchase a five-dollar gift card to a store or restaurant and give it to someone who could use a bit of a perk.

The internal culture at Three Wire is important to us all. Lifting each other up, supporting our communities, and celebrating what matters to our team members is what gives us the motivation and drive to reach for excellence each day for our clients and partners. Sound like a team you’d like to be a part of? Join us!

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