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.
Do you want to ensure your Colorado business is fully compliant with employment laws to avoid costly penalties and legal consequences? Wondering how you can achieve this desired outcome? Look no further! I will be revealing the solution that will help you achieve the desirable result of increased compliance with Colorado employment laws. With this valuable information, you can safeguard your business and stay on the right side of the law, protecting your organization and its reputation.
Does this sound familiar? You’ve been told that in order to create a positive work environment, you need to simply do these things. But despite your efforts, you’re still experiencing low employee morale, lack of collaboration, and high turnover rates. The pain of seeing your team disengaged and unhappy is taking a toll on your business and your own motivation as an entrepreneur. It’s time to explore a different approach that truly fosters positivity and collaboration in the workplace.
Regenerative leadership entails creating conditions that support the well-being and growth of all stakeholders involved, including employees, customers, suppliers, and the wider community. Instead of relying on forceful measures or short-term gains, this approach focuses on nurturing sustainable relationships and fostering long-term success.
Have you heard these myths about mental health in the workplace? Myth 1: Mental health issues are a sign of weakness. Myth 2: People with mental health issues are unable to perform well at work. Myth 3: Prioritizing mental health will hinder productivity. In this episode, our guest Paula Allen will debunk these myths and share the truth about how mental health actually contributes to workplace innovation.
Have you heard these myths about leadership? Myth #1: Leaders must always be in control. Myth #2: Leadership is a solitary journey. Myth #3: Strong leaders don’t make mistakes. In this episode, our guest Lindsay Junk will debunk these myths and reveal the truth about leadership lessons learned from yoga. Lindsay is the President of the largest yoga franchise in the country.
Elizabeth McCormick is not just a military spouse and a celebrated pilot, but also a compelling thought leader. She’s an example of how one can pivot careers and still remain successful. After her momentous journey in the military, Elizabeth took her passion for leadership and turned it into a thriving vocation as a professional speaker and John Maxwell certified coach.
Elizabeth Cushing, CEO of Playworks, shares the secret to creating a thriving workplace culture. Elizabeth is the powerhouse behind the game-changing concept of integrating ‘play’ into work culture. She has been on an extraordinary journey translating this essential element of human nature into something so compelling that it’s reshaping the corporate cultures of organizations like Salesforce and K-12 schools. Elizabeth’s potent combination of human understanding, experience, and business acumen, honed over her 19-year tenure at Playworks, position her at the leading edge of this innovative idea. Find out how the power of play can transform your workplace in ways you never imagined.
From world-class athlete to amputee, join expert John Register as he shatters barriers, embraces a new vision, and guides business leaders to overcome fear and resistance in order to achieve success. He became a Paralympic swimmer and long jump silver medalist, showcasing his unwavering commitment to excellence. Not content with his own success, John established the Paralympic Military Sport Program, a groundbreaking initiative that harnesses the power of sports to aid in the rehabilitation of wounded service members. With his extensive knowledge and practical strategies, John helps leaders overcome challenges, conquer their fears, and embrace a new normal mindset. His insights and guidance serve as a catalyst for personal and organizational transformation.
Does this sound familiar? You’ve been told that to become a successful leader, you need to work harder, longer hours, and push yourself to the limit. But despite your efforts, you’re not seeing the desired results. The pain of feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and yet still not achieving the business performance you desire is taking a toll on you. It’s time to shift gears and discover the transformative power of mindful leadership.
In this episode, Yoram and Kendra Prospero explore how employer trust sparks employee innovation. Yoram answers some intriguing questions such as, does everyone need to be a leader or can they remain as an individual contributor and still be successful?
Hiring former military personnel into corporate environments brings a multitude of benefits that extend beyond their specialized skill sets. Despite the preconceived notions about the lack of adaptability of ex-military individuals, they possess a wealth of qualities that can greatly enrich a corporate setting. By overcoming these stereotypes, organizations can tap into a reservoir of disciplined, goal-oriented, and resilient professionals who have demonstrated their ability to excel under pressure.
All the things that make great teachers also make great leaders: encouragement, adaptability, kindness, care. Our guest today, Lisa Collum, is a former teacher who has built a multimillion-dollar curriculum company using all those skills she used to use in the classroom to now drive a great culture.