Show Up, Smile, Support

EDSI's CEO, Kevin Schnieders, shares a bit about the culture at EDSI and how our core values - show up, smile, support - help to guide the organization.

What One Word Describes EDSI?

What one word describes EDSI? Hear what a handful of EDSI employees had to say...

The Toni Cooper Show - Interview with Kevin Schnieders of EDSI

Toni Cooper invited Kevin Schnieders to her show to talk about servant leadership and about EDSI's values of SHOW UP, SMILE & SUPPORT.  Listen to the interview of their time together to learn more.

The EDSI Way

Kevin Schnieders, CEO of EDSI, talks about his interactions with clients around the country and the ways in which EDSI continually strives to deliver upon its mission statement: "We must strive to create enthusiasm in our clients, see through their eyes, understand their needs and deliver more than they expect."

The Denison Survey Interview

"EDSI ranks in the top 1 percent of thousands of companies worldwide who have completed the Denison Survey, in terms of organizations that have created a high-performance culture while delivering a strong bottom-line performance." William Neale, Denison Consulting

The EDSI Impact

At EDSI, we feel the special combination of the 3 P's - People, Process and Perspective, make us unique:

People - EDSI representatives embody our mission. They see through the customer's eyes. We want to understand the most important aspects of any project and exceed prescribed goals and expectations. We want to make a difference. We want to be there, when we are needed the most, for people and companies in transition.

Process - Process has always been extremely important to us at EDSI. Dating back to the first time we received our ISO certification, more than 20 years ago, we acknowledge that what gets measured gets improved. The standard processes establish a baseline of behavior that is continuously improved.

Perspective - We believe the best decisions can be made by listening to different perspectives and incorporating the very best ideas from local, regional and national perspectives. Our local offices know they can call upon experts that are available to assist their efforts. You see things differently when you work ON local efforts, as opposed to IN the local office environment. The combination of those two perspectives leads to powerful solutions.

From Our Blog

Recent blog posts related to culture and environment

Innovating Your Customer Experience

Following our mission statement to see through the eyes of our customer, we here at EDSI continue to explore unique ways to innovate our customer experiences. Whether it’s delivering technology through our services or the advanced talent data that we can supply, we continue to strive to be a leader in innovation.

Give a Little Whistle

An oddly high number of crickets have been chirping near the Brunswick County Career Center lately. How serendipitous it is that the song, “Give a Little Whistle” by Jiminy Cricket came up in conversation with a team member on the topic of doing what’s right. People are often told to let their conscience be the guide in making decisions, but when you can’t rely on your conscience, “Give a Little Whistle” and instead let your Values be your guide. A conscience can waiver with emotion and vary from person to person, but a stable and unchanging set of company values and code of conduct standards can help guide a team toward success, especially when the team is faced with challenging decisions.

The Day the Meatballs Ran Out - A Cautionary Tale About Employee Empowerment

One day, I stopped by a local sandwich shop on the way home from work with the intent of grabbing a quick bite to eat. I proceeded to order a foot-long meatball marinara sub and waited for the employee to ladle the meatballs onto the sub bun. After his second scoop, you could hear the sound of the metal ladle scraping the bottom of the container. A panicked look swept over the employee’s face as he explained that they were out of meatballs.
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The Tooling and Manufacturing Association would strongly suggest EDSI be selected for any workforce related initiative with the goal of developing a structured pipeline of employee candidates or improving the productivity of incumbent employees. Daniel Kiraly; Director of Education - Tooling and Manufacturing Association

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