Like Alice Cooper said in his hit song back in 1972, school’s out for summer! While the students and teachers are away, our service partners are hard at work across the 45 Shelby County Schools ServiceMaster by Stratos services. From… Continue Reading →
In episode 8 of the Stratos Minute, we visit FedExForum to explore the meaning of a quote from Phil Armstrong that focuses on not letting doubt get in the way of achieving your goals.
In episode 7 of the Stratos Minute, Kellie explores the meaning of a quote from Philip Massinger that highlights the importance of mastering yourself before you can effectively lead others at Obsidian Public Relations.
On episode 6 of the Stratos Minute, we explore the meaning of a quote from Anne Frank that encourages us set a good example for others to follow.
On this episode of the Stratos Minute, we explore the meaning of a quote from Jim Rohn that talks about motivation and habit.
On this episode of the Stratos Minute, Tim and Kellie explore the meaning of a quote from Ken Edmundson that talks about the mindset of effective servant leaders.
ServiceMaster by Stratos began working with Shelby County Schools earlier this school year. To highlight the relationship, we are publishing a four-part series focused on recruitment, training, operations and scope of work. Inking the Shelby County Schools partnership was a… Continue Reading →
On this episode of the Stratos Minute, Chandra and Kellie explore the meaning of a quote from Ken Edmundson that asks if you are the type of person who lights a fire under those you lead or within them.
Logistical people business—that is undoubtedly the most succinct definition of ServiceMaster by Stratos. We’re headquartered in one of the largest logistical hubs that has access to the four major modes of transportation—runway, road, rail and river. Thanks to companies like… Continue Reading →
In this episode, Facilities Group Manager Larry White offers a quote from Stephen Covey that showcases the importance of understanding others, and Kellie breaks down its meaning for us.