Balancing growth with a commitment to understanding and supporting each of our team members as individuals
Wave Wind is an established, successful company with national operations and aspirations to become a leading participant in the wind energy industry. Yet at our core we are a small company where every team member matters.
This is a balance that we are committed to maintaining—small enough to care about each of our team members as individuals, yet big enough to provide them a stable working environment, opportunities for career advancement, and the promise that what we do makes a real difference in the world.
Speed and Traction
The demands for wind energy are huge and growing, with new customers in need of new types of services and support entering the industry every day. To help meet this demand, Wave Wind must continue to grow and evolve—with speed—both our services and our team of skilled wind energy professionals.
At the same time, Wave Wind cannot simply expand in all directions at once or in response to short-term needs; nor can we just expand our team without considerations for the needs and safety of team members and the culture we believe will help us succeed in the long term. Instead, we need traction—to build, in effective and incremental steps, a company that is meant to last.
Wave Wind's organizational growth strategy is based on a balance of speed and traction. If we have speed and no traction, we are just spinning our wheels; if we have traction and no speed, we remain stuck in place while customers and competitors leave us behind.
Open Door Policy
Wave Wind maintains an open door policy for all team members through which they can access senior staff as needed. This means that any time a team member has a question, all they need to do is ask.
Wave Wind employees are members of a team dedicated to providing quality service and modern solutions for our customers. Our goal is to build strong relationships with our customers and partners in the wind energy industry and to surpass all customer and partner expectations.