Our Philosophy

Our values, working style and communication are all built on our philosophy.
We make decisions based on what matters to us:

Business matters.

Businesses fuel communities. They create jobs, sponsor tee-ball teams, fund church mission projects, and provide families with homes. Without well-run, properly structured, effectively marketed businesses, our communities—and all we cherish about them—don’t exist.

Relationships matter.

Business, family, and community all succeed or fail based on their relationships. When relationships are valued, team members feel fulfilled, productivity increases, customers are happier, products are better, and profitability increases.

Relationships matter.

Business, family, and community all succeed or fail based on their relationships. When relationships are valued, team members feel fulfilled, productivity increases, customers are happier, products are better, and profitability increases.

Individuals matter.

While we want to build a great team, we also never want to lose sight of the fact that each of our team members (and clients) have their own personal goals, ambitions, and interests. We strive to create an environment where we can encourage and support each person in what matters to them beyond their position at or relationship with Navigate.

Opportunity matters.

We believe in identifying and creating opportunities for people. Those who recognize opportunity and accept responsibility for it will be the ones who experience the greatest personal success—whether they are an employee, client, or partner. Everyone who works here will be treated equally with the same opportunities to reach their personal goals.

Opportunity matters.

We believe in identifying and creating opportunities for people. Those who recognize opportunity and accept responsibility for it will be the ones who experience the greatest personal success—whether they are an employee, client, or partner. Everyone who works here will be treated equally with the same opportunities to reach their personal goals.

Numbers matter.

Business is math. Therefore, we will always let numbers be our guide, and we will rely on those numbers to be the primary indicator of efficiency and profitability. We will not fudge numbers, live in the “gray” areas, or shortcut good practice. We will back up our decisions and instincts with logic.

GOOD TALK.