Managers at Bluebeam adopt a mentor-partner approach—which means employees never feel micromanaged or limited to specific processes. Instead, leaders try to empower people to take on challenges and propose new ideas, giving tidbits of guidance along the way. Decision-makers are also interested in employee feedback and genuinely care about developing strong people, not just paper-pushers.
Bluebeam gives employees plenty of opportunity to study through training sessions or conferences—but people learn plenty in-office too, starting with how to transform a co-worker’s desk to match a hobby or vacation destination. The team is also versed in scoping out local amenities, hosting gatherings, and incorporating food into as many meetings as possible.