Values

We don’t just learn the rules. We live them every day.

This is Dana Meyers. I’m responsible for training and development at Signature. When you work for a company that doesn’t have a rigid corporate structure, it helps to establish a few ground rules.

Fortunately, Signature is a privately owned company. I am responsible for building out new training modules and to further refine development programs in order to help our Signature internals do their jobs more effectively. Establishing structure and consistency for what we believe are best practices in “doing the right thing” for our consultants, clients, and each other, is what I strive for to help our organization prosper.

Integrity & Honesty

We are partners to our clients and our consultants. The framework to any successful partnership means acting with complete honesty and integrity.

Reputation

We believe that for Signature to grow, we should have solid references for 100% of our projects. We do what it takes to earn those references.

No Surprises

Communication is the cornerstone of our success. That’s why we will always communicate successes as well as potential issues and concerns.

Partnership

Signature doesn’t succeed until our clients and consultants succeed. We will work to surpass expectations, because meeting expectations is not enough.

Signature’s Guiding Principles

We also are careful to maintain our core values in everything we do. Our guiding principle is striving to “Do the right thing.” Beyond that, we act with honesty, integrity, and transparency. We treat everyone with a “friends first” attitude. And we never shy away from hard work.

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