One of our core values at Butler branding is to nurture creativity. And one of the ways we do that is to continually feed our creative superpowers. Recently some of the Butler team went to San Francisco for the Digital Summit San Francisco 2022.
Each month, the Butler staff comes together for a group activity highlighting one of our ten core values. For February, we rallied around our core value of Nurturing Creativity.
This month, we volunteered at Madera County Food Bank, putting together boxes of food for their Thanksgiving giveaway.
This February the Butler Branding team got together for a team-building exercise centered around one of our core values: Finding and Bridging Gaps. We visited Defy trampoline park, a pretty literal representation of those gaps! It was a fun day of climbing and jumping around we capped off with a farewell lunch for Butler team…
Good News, Desiree: You found the werewolf. Bad news: it killed you. Confused? Check out our vlog below where we play “Werewolf” and celebrate our first core value: nurture creativity. How does Butler nurture creativity? Social deduction of course. Werewolf is a social deduction game sometimes called Mafia. It’s popular in tech circles, and college…
As we enter 2020, we wanted to take a look at how a year of emphasizing and actualizing our core values affected our team – and brought us closer together.
To learn what our staff really thinks about each other, we played a few rounds of Blind Superlatives. Click to watch the hilarious results.
Here at Butler Branding, we tend not to take ourselves too seriously. Which might explain how we recently found ourselves staring down a team of laser-gun-wielding eight-year-olds.
We pride ourselves on radically serving our clients, because we believe in their missions. That’s why we volunteered to help out at Big B.A.N.G. Weekend!
This month, the Butler Branding team celebrated our company’s fourth core value by taking a bit of an adventure together. And while we didn’t quite live up to this month’s aspiration of Not Criticizing, Condemning, or Complaining about other people’s actions, we did a pretty good job considering the day’s challenges: Oh, Is This Your…