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Trimark Sportswear employees at work in Richmond Hill, Ont. (Rosa Park for The Globe and Mail)
Trimark Sportswear employees at work in Richmond Hill, Ont. (Rosa Park for The Globe and Mail)

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Capitalizing on Culture is a new series from Your Business, The Globe and Mail’s home for entrepreneurs, about employee engagement, company culture and human resources. The series follows Richmond Hill, Ont.-based Trimark Sportswear Group and its quest to improve company culture.

Through stories and video, The Globe and Mail will be checking in with Trimark’s new president Will Andrew and his team as they go through the process of identifying and implementing the steps toward achieving a winning culture.

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Experts will offer their insights about the importance of such a process and the things a company should – and should not – do along the way. Mr. Andrew will contribute a regular diary about his experiences, good and bad.



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Will Andrew
Video introduction to the Capitalizing on Culture series Meet Trimark president Will Andrew as he explains how and why he wants to improve his sportswear company's culture

A Trimark Sportswear employee at work in Richmond Hill, Ont.
Related contentIntroduction: Company culture in the crosshairs Week one: Triamark president Will Andrew embarks on a quest to improve his firm, starting with a winning corporate atmosphere



A Trimark Sportswear employee at work in Richmond Hill, Ont.
Related contentLeadership diary - week one: Preparing for a cultural sea change? Take a deep breath It’s not all about management, or just employees; it will be a group effort, Will Andrew writes in his first leadership diary

To some people, “culture,” in the corporate sense, is a bit of a fuzzy concept. Still, even if they can’t exactly define it, anyone who has worked for a company with an unhealthy culture knows it. And anyone who has pushed for culture change in a workplace understands just how difficult that exercise can be.
View the full series: Stories, video, advice, tips and Trimark president CEO Will Andrew's diary

 

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