Julia shares insights from her experience including what values she looks for when recruiting new team members that go beyond skill set, her unique approach to what it takes for her employees to be truly happy doesn’t feel like a reprimand, and much more!
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.
Culture Needs to Be The #1 Thing – An Interview with Lola C. West
Lola shares how being different from your business partner can be a good thing as a leader, how to give feedback to employees that doesn’t feel like a reprimand, and much more!
Building International Remote Teams That Thrive
Federico Baradello shares how to get to a favorable result as a start-up and land on a killer strategy, effective team management tips when your people are international and remote, and much more!
A Legacy Beyond Blood – an Interview with Jay Wilkinson
Jay Wilkinson of Firespring shares leadership tips on how to build a great company culture.
Winning Leadership Lessons from CrossFit Pro Juliet Starrett
Juliet Starrett of The Ready State, shares winning leadership lessons.
Mission, Vision, Values – An Interview with Caleb Avery of Tilled
Caleb Avery, CEO of Tilled believes “if you’re just trying to compete on salary, you’ve really already lost.”
Is It Possible to Marry Mission and Culture? An Interview with Perry LaRoque PhD
Perry LaRoque Ph.D. shares leadership lessons learned while marrying mission with culture at Mansfield Hall.
Offering Flexibility in Your Business With Nicole Gann
Nicole Gann of Juliette Fowler Communities explains how she created a flexible business that meets the needs of a multi-generational business while inheriting a 130-year-old mission.
Walking the Talk
When you walk the talk on leadership management, you inspire others to do the same. In this episode, Vikas Khorana, president of Ntooitive Digital, talks about the experiences that led him to become a good leader, and how he’s still learning to be...
Overcome Imposter Syndrome
It’s common to experience self-doubt or imposter syndrome when starting a company. Every first-time CEO is going to have imposter syndrome at first because it’s a difficult task to go from working for someone else to being the boss. This is exactly...
Retain Employees Who Care
As a business owner, you may have aspirations of growing your company into a giant organization with a vast employee base. However, scaling up your workforce is not just about hiring more people; it also involves creating an environment where employees feel valued and cared for.
Being Unapologetic About How Important Culture Is
We have always been accustomed to thinking that the most important thing for companies is to generate returns for their stakeholders. This cannot be further from the truth. Phil Tee, the CEO and co-founder of Moogsoft, has long believed that the single most important thing is the people in the business. In this episode, he joins Kendra Prospero to tell us why this is so. Be unapologetic about how important culture is. Dive into that in this conversation.