We believe enthusiasm for life beyond work is vital to staying motivated in your role. EG gives employees more than is typically expected and in return we ask that you bring an enhanced level of commitment to your role.
At EG, caring about others isn’t about corporate social responsibility, it’s about our heart.
Lasting relationships matter to us and we support our team and the charities we partner with, with the long-term in mind.
EG showed its support for The Helmsman Project at the 2016 inaugural charity dinner aboard Sydney’s tall ship, the James Craig.
Michael Easson and Mary Easson, were joined by EG’s own sailing aficionado Grant Flannigan and his...
22 December 2016
EG’s Rodney Walt and I have just returned from rural Tanzania, where we visited one of the charities that EG supports – Neema Craft. This is an enterprise in Tanzania where people with a wide range of physical disabilities are being...
28 June 2017
In 2016, EG sponsored Adam Kellerman, a world-ranking wheelchair tennis player, on his journey to the Rio Olympics. Kellerman visited EG and shared his inspirational story...
28 October 2016
We like to think of our connections at EG as ones built on trust and shared vulnerability. This creates and environment where we can truly be ourselves at work. We do this by giving people time out from their day-to-day to connect on a more social level – thus fostering friendship and trust.
In other words, just as experience is important to individual performance - shared experience is equally as important when it comes to team performance. So what does all this mean for teams that aspire to elite performance at work ?
14 January 2015
Shareholders, customers or staff - which of these key stakeholders is most important to the long term success of an organisation ?
10 February 2015
I heard a presenter say recently that corporate culture was a myth and that leaders who talked about managing a team culture were hallucinating. I couldn’t disagree more.
12 November 2014
We are aware of the need to keep our team constantly challenged and growing – stretched. We set bold and daunting goals at EG and team members are motivated and supported to achieve them.
CEO Adam Geha
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