“The most impactful ideas are organic,” he says. “We all have to own it.”
This ownership mindset led to a five-week project that included developing small groups and focusing on individual values. Employees then explored how these values were best applied, both in- and outside the workplace, and then researched ways to slow down and foster a broader focus and deeper appreciation for life in general. “We try to be intentional about living out our values,” he says.
As a result of this intentionality, Paddio offers a variety of hobby groups that meet up to participate in activities of their choosing—from disc golf to book clubs. If group members feel like staying in, they can utilize Paddio’s in-house putting greens or ping-pong tables. A golf simulator and yoga studio are also in development.
“We just want to keep providing more resources for our employees and make sure they have everything they need for their health and well-being,” Kluttz says. “There are so many ingredients to this recipe of dynamic culture.”