Building a Culture of Intention
This year’s Helios HR Apollo Awards ceremony was marked by the release of a new book, Building a Culture of Intention, inspired by the Apollo Awards. The book features 20 local business leaders, including our CEO Lynn Ann Casey, who have gone above and beyond to support and enable employee development.
At Arc Aspicio, we have a unique “culture of intention” founded on commitment to the homeland security mission and service. In 2009, we hired Maryanne Waller as our Director of Talent and Operations (T&O) to exclusively focus on talent leadership, employee development, continuous learning, and community service. In early 2010, I was brought on to support Maryanne and help our T&O team make an even bigger impact. At the heart of our learning culture is our custom-built Homeland Security Mission Training Program which focuses on homeland security and client delivery skills. Our company actively promotes emergency preparedness in our community and supports the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF) in its efforts to train search and rescue teams.
Arc Aspicio won the Helios HR Apollo Award in 2009 in the emerging companies category. In 2010, Maryanne was invited to be a judge for the Helios HR Apollo Awards and Lynn Ann spoke at the awards ceremony. We are so excited to be involved in the Apollo Awards program and to be featured in their new book.
Building a Culture of Intention can be purchased through Amazon and is Kindle-ready.