Anyone who starts a company with an idea is going to have a different journey than someone who becomes a CEO through a recruiting effort or because they grew up inside the organization and they got promoted into the role. Our guest today had an amazing idea and turned it into an incredible company.
How I Turned the Corner Podcast
Many founders and entrepreneurs start their business because they have an itch to solve a problem but they reach a point along the way where they realize they can’t do it on their own. They have to hire and now they’re a manager. Now they are truly leading and this is where most businesses fail unless they turn the corner. Every leader goes through a place where they hit this humbling moment. Join us on How I Turned The Corner and hear stories from seasoned founders who experience this.
For over a decade, Kendra’s career has been all about creating healthier and more rewarding work environments. She has served hundreds of clients in revamping their corporate cultures, revitalizing their recruiting and helping them retain their people.
By showing employees the money love and recognizing their hard work, businesses can create a culture where people feel appreciated, loyal, and ready to take on the mission ahead.
Too many leaders just accept high turnover as a normal part of doing business. At Turning the Corner, we will argue until we’re exhausted that this is unacceptable. All turnover is expensive, and we need to eliminate it as owners and as business leaders. Our guest on this episode has every reason to have a high turnover rate, as she’s in a tough industry. Yet she maintains a less than 5% employee turnover and has even grown her staff by 25% over the last year.
if you have ever struggled with employee turnover and underperforming team members like most leaders do at some point in their careers, you may want to skip the standardized orientation program. There is a better way to ensure employee retention and job performance!
Leading a company and trying to build an amazing culture in the midst of challenges? It can often seem like an impossible task. And guess what advice some of us get when things get tough? “Just crank up the productivity, forget about how your team’s doing.” Seriously? Turns out, that kind of one-track thinking just leads to disengaged and burnt-out folks on your team. And trust me, that’s a recipe for disaster – less work getting done and people jumping ship left and right.
You may have noticed in the media lately that there is a lot of unionization, as well as threats to unionize and even regulation that is being forced upon businesses. Starbucks and Amazon are two companies in the headlines recently for employee unionization in response to what they perceive as unfair working conditions.
As a Founder or CEO, you are likely familiar with the challenges of struggling with team performance and company culture. You’re not alone! It is often suggested that implementing more rules and policies will improve team performance, but did you know this approach can actually lead to disengagement and a lack of motivation among team members?
Return to Work is a hot topic right now, and it’s shaking things up big time in the work world! If you’re demanding that your employees return back to the office, and you’re not giving your employees some wiggle room and flexibility, you might notice some grumbling and a lack of excitement from your team.
Faced with insurmountable odds, Richard Bryan’s journey offers a surprising twist that transformed a struggling business into a thriving success story. His resilience and strategic vision recovering from a $3.5 million loss, provide profound insights for business leaders navigating similar trials. Discover the unexpected turn of events that led to a remarkable turnaround, and unlock the key strategies for overcoming organizational challenges in your own business. Are you ready to learn how humility, transparency, and strategic vision can pave the way for transformative change?
Have you heard the myths about succession planning?
Myth 1: Succession planning is only for large organizations.
Myth 2: Succession planning can be done at the last minute.
Myth 3: Succession planning is just about replacing a leader. Join me to uncover the truth behind these myths and learn the key to successful succession planning for long-term organizational success.
Do you want to overcome the challenge of finding skilled workers in the trade industry? Are you searching for a solution to build a talented workforce and address the talent shortage in your small business? Look no further! Today, we have a special guest, Levi Torres, who will be sharing his innovative approach to help you achieve the outcome you desire. By implementing Levi Torres’ apprentice program, you can cultivate a highly skilled team and overcome the talent shortage that has been holding your business back.
Join host Kendra Prospero as she interviews David Dye as they challenge complacency, spark ideas, and ignite a revolution of courageous cultures in the workplace.