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  • Writer's pictureMarc Ebinger

Creating a Lifelong Learning Culture as a Legacy

Howie Nestel, the President of Sharkmatic Advertising, gives an insightful perspective on fostering a culture of lifelong learning as a legacy for employees.


If we make an impact and we leave a legacy, then our life should have some level of meaning, right? Yes. And then, it can't just be about making an impact or working hard, or being a great example. We also like to be entertained. So I think if you have a nice balance of that and if your employees see that I.

And they come to work and they're respected and they're learning and they're getting paid and they have some fun and they can joke around with a boss. It's more than you find at most places. And yes, we are human. We want to be entertained, but we also wanna know that our lives have meant something and that we've.

Left some sort of legacy that we helped instill some kind of learning in the people who've worked for us. Because at the end of the day, if we make money and nobody else is successful, then there's an empty feeling, right? So you're creating a legacy. You want it to be fun, and you want to entertain your employees, but you also want 'em to learn something and get better because, at some point, you may not have the same energy you've had for the last 10, 15, 20 years in business.

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