Dina's Blog

Recent Posts in the Code of Values Category

  • A Lesson On Reputation
    What if you went all the way to Washington DC to lobby for your industry, only to meet with your congressional representative and have her tell you ...
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  • How to Say “No” with a “Yes”
    If you’re like me, you love to please. You embrace positive messages. You want access versus obstacles. And, in return, that often means you like to ...
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  • “Easy Listening”
    Grab your earbuds. Because there’s something I’m eager for everyone to hear. No, I’m not singing these days! Instead, I’ve had the amazing privilege ...
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  • Think and Grow Rich for Women
    As women, we sometimes forget how much skill we truly have when it comes to creating our own successful journeys in business and in life. Yet, it ...
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  • Something Wonderful
    Every day the people we get to work with at Dwyer Group inspire me. I especially love hearing the stories of how our commitment to our Code of Values ...
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  • Company values are a great recruiting tool
    In a recent survey of frontline employees across our franchise brands at Dwyer Group, we received some incredible feedback. First, we learned that an ...
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  • How Dwyer Group Leveraged Values to Build a Billion Dollar Company
    That’s the headline! And it’s posted on Inc.com by my friend and colleague Kevin Daum, a regular contributor for Inc. Kevin’s interest in the Code of ...
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  • Values: The Foundation of our Culture and Economy
    My gratitude goes out to Cary Maguire, Jim Amos, and David Grantham for mentioning my book Values, Inc. and my message on the importance of a code of ...
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