Reinforcing the right values and recognizing employees for their dedicated vision
Every week an employee at alternative investments firm Satori Capital LLC may find he or she is the proud recipient of the Values cube.
There is also an annual award for the person who best embodies Satori’s six core values throughout the year: create extraordinary outcomes; share freely; build lasting impact; be a great partner; never stop learning; and enjoy the journey, explained Randy Eisenman, founder and managing partner of the private equity firm making its first appearance as a Pensions & Investments’ Best Places to Work in Money Management.
“It’s not just to pat ourselves on the back … (ours is) a very intentional culture. It’s about reinforcing those values and embedding them into the culture,” Mr. Eisenman said.
Employees remarked on that intentional culture as part of what makes Satori a great place to work.
“Our dedication to the principles of conscious capitalism, which includes our firm having a purpose that extends far beyond making money,” one employee wrote in listing the best things about working at Satori. “In particular, we strive to be the best possible partners we can be to our stakeholders as well as thinking about the impact our business will have on the world over the course of generations.”
The Dallas-based firm was founded on the principles of conscious capitalism, Mr. Eisenman said. The firm’s long-term vision statement says: ”We are a voice for progress and a catalyst for transformation in companies and organizations across the world.”
Satori invests for institutions, family offices and high-net-worth individuals, offering multistrategy alternative investment portfolios that include hedge funds, real estate, venture capital and energy.