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Good stuff is happening

I was in Southern California recently when it snowed. Snow and cold seems to be following me everywhere. It feels like the longest winter ever in much of the country. So how do we beat the winter doldrums?

Good stuff is happening
The new employee experience at Mead & Hunt

As you know, first impressions are so important. As I write this, the snow is rapidly piling up in Wisconsin; if you came to visit us now for the first time, your impression might be that we have perpetual winters here and never see green grass or flowers (not true but feels that way these days!).

The new employee experience at Mead & Hunt
2018 was a year of growth and promotions

Mead & Hunt’s pursuit of growth is really driven by one single motivation: to provide career opportunities for our employees. Sure, expansion of services into new markets and locations also helps us more effectively serve clients. But we couldn’t serve anyone without our talented team.

2018 was a year of growth and promotions
Bringing the work community home

At our house, we can identify the start of the holiday season by several events: high-school girls volleyball playoff season, followed by Halloween, the opening of hunting season, and then Thanksgiving.

Bringing the work community home
A few more miles: Infrastructure

In Wisconsin, we have seen the importance of infrastructure firsthand in recent weeks as flooding has damaged bridges and roadways, and temporarily closed many businesses.

A few more miles: Infrastructure
Exploring Leadership graduates new class

This past week, our Mead & Hunt University (MHU) team held the Capstone class for our latest Exploring Leadership group. Sixteen employees from multiple office locations and disciplines became the 4th class to work through the program.

Exploring Leadership graduates new class
A few more miles: Solving problems

I liked Dennis. Not only my client, he became my friend. Honest, upfront, and fair, he lived his life by a series of self-generated maxims – some humorous, some serious, all pithy and exactly on point.

A few more miles: Solving problems
Times of transition are great for reflection

Raj Sheth passes the baton. Andy Platz named CEO of Mead & Hunt.

Times of transition are great for reflection
My Professional Journey: Mike

Mead & Hunt employees have different backgrounds and experiences; this is what makes working together fun. This month, we’re honoring the professional journeys of several employees. Maybe you’ll find similarities in your own stories. This week, meet Mike Roering.

My Professional Journey: Mike
My Professional Journey: Jori

Mead & Hunt employees have different backgrounds and experiences; this is what makes working together fun. This month, we’re honoring the professional journeys of several employees. Maybe you’ll find similarities in your own stories. Meet Jori Lemmon.

My Professional Journey: Jori