WHY WE EXIST:
In constant pursuit of excellence, Regal Plastics exists to improve ourselves, our partners, and our customers every single day.
Our Mission Statement:
To create a contagious hunger for growth and development in every aspect our lives and our businesses by challenging each other to stretch beyond our comfort zones and aggressively pursue the best version of ourselves, each and every day. We will not only hold ourselves to high standards, we will hold each other and our partners accountable.
We will be a better version of ourselves today than we were yesterday, and the best version of ourselves tomorrow than we thought we could be today.
We will always be very proud of the past, but incredibly excited for the future.
We are Regal, and we believe in transformative growth.
A Note from Our Chief Executive Officer:
All In and Play to Win – Lead with Positivity - Open and Honest - Learn, Improve, Grow
We live and breathe by these core values. What we do is custom fabricate and distribute high performance plastic, but who we are is much bigger and more personal than just plastic. Our #1 goal is to be a GREAT company, not the biggest as it’s not all about money with us. It’s ALL about improving every single day!
We are obsessed with personal growth (professionally and personally).
We are passionate about transparency. No lies. No drama. No politics.
We love to try new things. We know that we will be wrong often, but we will not grow if we don't try.
We crave criticism because it makes us better. No pride or egos allowed here. We can always learn from one another.
We strive to be authentic, open and honest.
We love competition – we love to win and we love to learn when we lose.
Our favorite business book is "Good to Great" by Jim Collins. We know that success is 100% attributed to the people. We have spent the last three years finding the right people that align with our core values and placing them in the seat that allows them to be successful personally and professionally.
Our Reading List:Good to Great – Jim Collins
Built to Last – Jim Collins
Start with Why – Simon Sinek
The Great Game of Business – Jack Stack
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team – Patrick Lencioni
The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive – Patrick Lencioni
Traction – Gino Wickman
Essentialism – Greg McKeown