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Bryan Brenner

Bryan Brenner is the CEO and Founder of FirstPerson. He has always believed in putting people first—both his customers and his employees. With this in mind, he has built FirstPerson on the commitment to design meaningful employment experiences. It’s his entrepreneurial spirit that will continue to make FirstPerson a market leader in impacting people strategies. Among his many charitable activities, Bryan serves on several boards, including the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and as a trustee for Butler University, his alma mater.
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FirstPeeps, Culture

Exceptional Experiences Ignite Defining Moments

November 8, 2017

A couple of weeks ago we hugged a client.

Not literally, mind you. (Although we do that, too. Appropriately, by the way!)

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FirstPeeps, Culture

The Power of Experience

October 24, 2017

Our new mantra at FirstPerson: “Is this an exceptional experience?”

There’s a continued buzz about experience. Consumer experience, employee experience. A plethora of surveys that trail your purchases, wanting to know “how was your experience?”

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Human Resources

Reframing the Evaluation of Performance

September 27, 2017

A few years ago, Deloitte Services LP was prompted to examine its performance management system. As part of this effort, the company counted how many hours it was spending on performance evaluations (2 million hours a year for 65,000 employees), investigated research on the science of ratings, and conducted an internal study of its highest performing teams.

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Trends, Technology

Every Company is a Technology Company

August 31, 2017

I’ve heard this for years. Every company is becoming a technology and marketing company. Technology is critical to managing our clients’ business, and it’s becoming increasingly important internally in order to give our team cutting edge tools to accelerate their work.

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Human Resources

Freeing Up HR

July 20, 2017


It could be said that HR is a cornerstone of any business operation. It’s become increasingly important in today’s world of rapid fire start-ups, deconstructed work environments, and diverse teams who – when it gets down to it – share many values, yet communicate and learn in different ways.

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