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Trimergence Congratulates Customers, Kimpton & Genentech, for FORTUNE 2012 Best Companies to Work For Awards

Kimpton rose to the 16th spot on FORTUNE 2012 Best Companies to Work For List and Genentech was listed for the 14th consecutive year. Kimpton was recognized on the “Best Benefits” list for Work-Life Balance and Sabbaticals, the “Top Companies” list for Most Women and Most Diverse. Genentech similarly gained honors on the "Top Companies" list for Most Women and Most Diverse, the "Big Pay" list for both Salaried Employees and Hourly Employees, and the "Best Benefits" list for Sabbaticals.

FORTUNE works with Great Place to Work Institute (GPTWI) to evaluate and select companies based on one of the widest employee surveys in corporate America. Two-thirds of a company's score is based on the results of the Institute's Trust Index survey, which is sent to a random sample of employees from each company. The survey asks questions related to their attitudes about management's credibility, job satisfaction and camaraderie.

The other third of the scoring is based on the company's responses to the Institute's Culture Audit, which includes detailed questions about pay and benefit programs and a series of open-ended questions about hiring practices, internal communications, training, recognition programs and diversity efforts, among others.

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants also received for the 8th year a 100 percent score on HRC Corporate Equality Index in 2012 and Kimpton earned a #1 ranking on the San Francisco Business Times’ 2012 “Top Employer” List.

Genentech was named to San Francisco Business Times’ 2012 “Top Employer” List and in late 2011 was named to Science Magazine’s 2011 “Top Employer” List.

 


Ward Ashman and Teresa Roche co-authored Leadership Excellence article "Pattern Recognition: Self-Awareness as a Development Strategy"

Ward Ashman, Trimergence Founder, and Teresa Roche, VP and CLO of Agilent Technologies, developed this article to show leaders how the oft-used powerful tool of pattern recognition can be leveraged to understand their personality patterns. "Self-awareness via pattern recognition helps us inspire others by being at our best."

In a seven step action plan Ward and Teresa lay out a guide to becoming more self-aware and thereby more inspirational for people to follow. They advise leaders in business language how to:

1) Use the power of insight
2) Be objective
3) Create a cost/benefit analysis
4) Determine your tool
5) See your blind spots
6) Observe traction
7) Apply action

To read the entire article please click here.

 


Trimergence Praises Agilent for 7th Year on Human Rights Campaign Best Places to Work Survey

Trimergence’s longtime customer, Agilent Technologies has received a 100% rating for the 2011 Corporate Equality Index and Best Places to Work Survey for the seventh year in a row.

The survey is conducted by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), which is the educational arm of the nation’s largest advocacy group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) Americans. Agilent is one of 337 companies who received the perfect score in areas such as non-discrimination policy, company-provided domestic partner health insurance, community engagement and company-supported GLBT employee resources (such as Agilent’s Employee Network Group program).

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Trimergence is Proud to Sponsor San Francisco Coro Center for Civic Leadership

Trimergence believes in the importance of training leaders throughout their lives. The non-profit, non-partisan San Francisco Coro Center for Civic Leadership offers programs for high school through post-graduate levels and reaches an ethnically and socio-economically diverse population.

The Coro Center provides experiential and seminar training to groups of diverse leaders. Coro's programs put participants on the path to self-discovery and continual learning. Using a proprietary curriculum involving experience, group participation, interviews, and seminars, Coro participants learn about leadership across multiple sectors, industries, and issues.

In its 67-year history, Coro has graduated thousands of leaders from its many programs. Coro graduates are teachers, investment bankers, union leaders, corporate directors, activists, lawyers, journalists, and elected officials, among other professions. No matter where they work or what job titles they hold, they have learned how to challenge themselves and others to be more ethical and effective leaders.

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Trimergence Customers Named on FORTUNE Magazine’s
100 Best Companies to Work For in 2011

Trimergence customers, Genentech and Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, were listed in FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2011. Genentech was listed for the 13th consecutive year and this is Kimpton’s second time to be honored. FORTUNE works with Great Place to Work Institute (GPTWI) to evaluate and select companies based on one of the widest employee surveys in corporate America.

Additionally the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal listed Genentech as the 4th Bay Area Best Place to Work among employers larger 1500 employees and Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants were ranked 1st among companies with 500-1500 employees. The awards were decided by surveys of more than 185,000 Bay Area employees. To read more: www.bizjournals.com

 


 


Customers named
FORTUNE 100
2012 Best Employers

Ward Ashman &
Teresa Roche co-authored,
"Pattern Recognition:
Self-Awareness as a Development Strategy

Agilent named on
HRC Best Places to
Work Survey

Trimergence Sponsors
Coro Center

Customers named
FORTUNE 100 Best
Employers