Living compassionately means having a humble and responsible approach to serving each other and serving our community.
When we think of a team player we think of Nick Larson! He is always available and flexible, jumping in to help wherever needed both in the field and in the office.
Nick also loves to serve our community by building relationships with key community members. While it is not always an easy task, Nick welcomes everyone with open arms. Not only does he serve others but also our company as a whole.
We give big thanks to Nick Larson! He is a tremendous asset to our team! Congratulations!
Have you been keeping up with RiverWild? If so, you probably have heard that 2022 is off to a wild start. From baby cows to leadership growth, we have been adapting to so many new and exciting changes. Let’s take a look!
In January RiverWild announced its newest brand, Wilders. With a will to win, our farm crew has worked long and hard hours to keep the operation going.
In February, we celebrated heart health month. We went all out on activities such as Wear Red Day and an employee heart health challenge!
The RiverWild family also grew! We welcomed new employees with open arms, ready to be impacted and developed. Some of our wild leaders also earned well-deserved promotions.
Speaking of leaders, we have been advocating for strong leadership and success for all employees. By embracing the changes of the upcoming months, we strive for long-term success, leadership, and healthy habits. For more updates on what is happening on the wild side of RiverWild, click here.
Being intentionally adaptable means “consciously embracing change, through mutual flexibility, strategic innovation, and purpose-driven versatility, to advance our people, products and services.
Throughout the tough time of building homes, Matt Schelm embraced change! He faced a lot of supply chain issues, labor shortages, crazy real estate markets and so much more. With all of these obstacles, Matt adapts each day through critical thinking and problem solving.
These new situations do not interfere with Matt’s quality of work. His determination as a leader stays consistent and focused.
Along the way, he helps advance others on his team and is a role model for all! Congratulations, Matt Schelm!
The five newly-promoted managers, Christine, Fayre, Megan, Brittany, and Danielle, all started with the company around the same time as coordinators. Each of the leaders has “earned her stripes” through hard work and dedication exhibiting RiverWilds core values: Will to Win, Intentional Adaptability, Living Compassionately, and Disciplined Execution.
“Jaclyn and I couldn’t be more proud of each of these women who are integral to our companies. There are not a lot of women in construction, and it’s even rarer to see them in leadership roles. We have some tenacious women working here who have earned every bit of this respect and appreciation.” – Reid Smith
Read more about the stories of RiverWild leaders here.
This self-starter is the man who everyone wants on their team! No matter the task, he will knock it out of the park. Our teams can rely on this person to maintain a high level of operational excellence, while still remaining efficient and fact-paced.
With our new venture, Wilders, Caleb has stepped up to the plate and has shown great versatility and flexibility. There are so many new strategies he pitched to improve Wilders’ inventory systems.
He never lacks the desire and discipline to help out all of our teams achieve success. He is always there to help!
Thank you for everything that you have done, Caleb Berumez! Congratulations!