n the period leading up to drupa, it was common to find Landa employees still at the office at dinner time and later exchanging emails at 1 a.m., 2 a.m. or even 3 a.m.
Now we are at drupa, and the same commitment prevails. The amazing thing is that it prevails not only among Landa employees but also among the local contractors who have joined Landa for the show. They work tirelessly and perform all of their duties with quiet excellence – like true Landa team members.
What makes everyone so committed? Well there’s something special about the Landa offices that hits you as soon as you walk in. It’s reflected in every detail of the environment – from the flowers that brighten up the dining room, the coffee corners laden with fruit, cookies, tea and honey, the three generous meals a day, the hand cream in the restrooms and the clean sparkling floors. There’s an obvious sense of appreciation for every Landa team member. Everyone feels that their job—whatever it is—is valued by the company . This motivates you, and inspires you to do the impossible.
It’s well known that the culture of a company reflects the values and attitudes of the people at the top. I can confirm this claim as I’ve had the privilege in the past of working at Benny Landa’s side for an exciting action-filled six and a half years. I’ve witnessed his joy of creativity go ‘viral’ among those who worked with him.
Now I’m back working with Benny again, and again have the privilege to witness his rare ability to turn a diverse group of individuals into a consolidated team and to sweep them after him in a quest to transcend the impossible!