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Culture Crush Business Podcast is the only podcast that does a deep dive into a variety of companies that are crushing it with a great company culture. There are many podcasts out there that focus on business, supporting employees, highlighting values and company missions… but there is only ONE that focuses only on company culture, how to keep it strong and how to use it to support the growth of the company. Culture is not just a tag word to be thrown around. It is not something you throw in ...
 
Mere Mortals Unite provides skills and techniques so you can discover your superpowers. The result is an increase in success and joy in your life and the lives of those that surround you. You don’t have to be a celebrity to possess these superpowers, but you do have to find them. Mere Mortals will take you from ordinary to extraordinary, from mere mortal to super hero. Together we’ll find simple solutions that create big results. Let’s change the world one person at a time, starting with you!
 
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As the show wrapped up, handshakes and thank yous were exchanged, and Danny and Ken walked out of the studio to face the evening traffic. Producer Darrol turned to Kindra, the host of the Culture Crush Business Podcast. “I think that was one of your best shows so far.” Each show gets better and better. The conversations are deeper, the list of reso…
 
Our Culture Crush team has gotten into the groove of making great matches. We used to say that the matching was like great wine and cheese, but this time it was more like great soup and a bread bowl (get it?). Katie Wall from CutlureBiz and Louis Basile from Wildflower Bread Company was a great pairing to discuss the importance of growing company c…
 
This match was like pairing great wines. We love when we have a company that has a great culture paired with a company that supports great culture. This show was just that perfect match for the Culture Crush Business Podcast. Kelle and David both bring so much knowledge and expertise to the discussion around company culture. This fluid conversation…
 
This podcast was a unique and different podcast compared to the normal Culture Crush Business Podcast. This was an opportunity for our host, Kindra Maples, to join another podcast in the Phoenix community. Kelly Lorenzen, the host of the Collaborative Connections Podcast and the owner of KLM Consulting, brings 3 individuals together from the commun…
 
This episode of Culture Crush focused on the conversation of employee recognition. We were able to highlight two great individuals leading two employee recognition companies. Dan Silivestru with Chocolate Soup and Jonathan Fields with Assembly provided insight into the need for company recognition to the employees as we way that can increase compan…
 
The Culture Crush Business Podcast is a podcast that we hope is for all listeners. With that being said, this is a great episode to listen to if you are leading a company or working for a company that is trying to build its company culture into the onboarding and training for employees. Culture starts at the very beginning and Journeyage is helping…
 
This show was a very unique show that we were excited to finally execute on. The Culture Crush Business Podcast and the People and Profit Podcast, sponsored by Conscious Capitalism Arizona, came together for a special crossover episode. Matt Altman, with Sportiqe, was the best guest for this crossover experience. His knowledge and understanding of …
 
The Culture Crush Business Podcast team wants to make sure that we are always sharing great companies with our audience. We want to make sure that we are highlighting companies that are crushing it with a great company culture but there is more to it all then that. We want to make sure we are also proving our listeners with the best resources out t…
 
This was a very special episode for our Culture Crush Podcast team. Our sponsor, Catholic Education Arizona, was on the show! Not only is Catholic Education Arizona a great sponsor, but they are also a company building a great company culture. Nancy Padberg has been an amazing leader and advocate for building a great company culture. Nancy had the …
 
We are so thankful to have Sidnee Peck, from Source Global, and Brian Stinson, from Peak Fleet on the podcast. We were able to go a little deeper in the conversation around values, alignment, and company culture being intentional. Sidnee talks about how their CEO and Founder, Cody Friesen, was very intentional about growing the strong company cultu…
 
We have heard a lot about the company culture at Carvana, but this podcast was our opportunity to get a deeper dive with an inside perspective. Neil Shah was able to give us the inside look at the growth of Carvana and how they have continued to support their employees through the past year (in the middle of a pandemic if you forget). Carvana has g…
 
Iron Mountain Data Centers, is so much more than just a data center. IMDC is part of a larger global organization that supports their people, their community, and their global reach. A strong culture is at the root of IMDC and it shines through the staff as well as Dan and Julia on the podcast. With Dan having been part of the company for 6 years a…
 
This is a show that we have been wanting to do for a while now. We love highlighting the secret companies that have a great company culture. The companies that are doing amazing things that might not be the companies that people think of as having a great culture- these companies are our favorite to showcase to the community. Have you ever had a do…
 
This was definitely a full house, but a fun show highlighting Muscular Moving Men & Storage, M3 Commercial Moving & Logistic, and PetSmart. This conversation highlights very different revenue generating companies that have one common focus- growing companies with a strong culture. Whether founded in 1986 like Petsmart or 2008 like Muscular Moving M…
 
This was such an impactful conversation with Susan Anable, Vice President of Public Affairs- Southwest Region with COX Communications. She gave us insight into the history, the people, and the passion of the employees. We could have listened to the stories of the culture and the people all day, but unfortunately the show is only 60 minutes. If you …
 
Culture Crush continues to highlight leaders and companies that have a great company culture and Ken Smerz, the CEO of Zelus, was a perfect leader and company to highlight for the relaunch of the show. Zelus has grown dramatically over the first three years but at the core, they stay true to their four tenants; gratitude, passion, freedom, and trut…
 
This quick episode is a look into how the Culture Crush Business Podcast started and where it is headed. This show started as a passion project to do on the side and it has quickly grown into something bigger. This show is growing into a brand that is needed in our world today. This show will highlight the companies that are growing with a great co…
 
This is it. 236 episodes and its now time to move in different directions and make an impact in different ways. It has been illuminating. Every person I have met and interviewed along the way has enriched my life forever. Each episode has a lesson, an action, or both, for you to utilize, sometimes with a few tweaks to ensure your success. Hard to l…
 
Daniel Ramsey is the founder and CEO of MyOutDesk, serving more than 5,000 clients with virtual assistants. Leading teams of remote workers has its own challenges. Working from home, even intermittently is growing with popularity. Daniel shares his expertise and vision he has learned from outsourcing a workforce. His key focus is on communication. …
 
Tristan White is the founder & CEO of The Physio Co, a unique healthcare business that has ranked as one of Australia’s 50 Best Places to Work for eleven consecutive years (2009-2019), along with being named one of the Best Workplaces in Asia from 2015-2018. No wonder I wanted him on my podcast. Tristan White understands the importance of core purp…
 
My guest is Tonille Miller, Global VP of Culture and Employee Experience at Startek. Tonille is passionate about improving the human experience at work while driving the optimal performance of people and organizations. This combination is a focus of the Businesses that Care podcast. Startek is a customer engagement business process outsourcing comp…
 
Meridith Elliott Powell is an award-winning author, keynote speaker and business strategist. She worked her way up from an entry-level position to earn her seat at the C-Suite table. Meridith's philosophy of accountability is not micromanagement. Instead, she helps her clients shift their paradigm to use accountability to understand if processes ar…
 
Several years ago, I interviewed the CEO of Acceleration Partners (AP), Robert Glazer. They have grown exponentially since then. Friday Forward, Robert’s inspirational musings, has grown from 17k to over 120k. I wanted to take a look from the inside of this organization to see if what you hear is what is lived. So, in this episode I am talking with…
 
FranklinCovey is the world leader in helping organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior, often the most difficult challenge any organization faces. When accomplished, it is also the most durable competitive advantage. Scott Miller is a 23-year associate of FranklinCovey and serves as the executive vice president of…
 
When I looked on Amazon to see how many books have been written on leadership, it said over 30,000. On top of that there are countless speakers, conferences and membership organizations that profess to have the answer to the best type of leadership. But do they really? Leadership, like culture is a never-ending journey. What type of information you…
 
Allison Pickens, COO at Gainsight, is an internationally known thought leader on driving subscription revenue growth and scaling teams. As the Chief Operating Officer, Allison is focused on generating excellence in company-wide strategy and execution, as well as new corporate development opportunities and evangelism. Allison was named one of Fortun…
 
Raphael Crawford Marks is the founder and CEO of Bonusly. This program improves employee engagement and retention by providing a frictionless tool for employees to give meaningful praise and feedback. Chobani and Survey Monkey are just a few of the companies that think this is the path to take. Raphael shares the importance of engagement being, tim…
 
Today I am thrilled to come to you and talk about one of my favorite topics, Communication. You might have heard that communication is a soft skill. I always wonder how that can be. Without good communication skills, how can you collaborate with your colleagues, sell your product or service or learn new ideas? Communication is an essential skill. W…
 
Jonathan Keyser used to be ruthless in the cut throat business of real estate. He’s living proof that selfless service will transform a business to new successful heights. His company, Keyser is the largest commercial real estate tenant representative firm in Arizona and one of the fastest growing in the country. Jonathan’s “selfless service” model…
 
Today my guest is Christopher O’Donnell, Senior VP of Product at HubSpot. HubSpot is a leader when it comes to inbound marketing and sales programs. Christopher was recently named one of the best product leaders of 2019. HubSpot is a developer and marketer of software products for inbound marketing and sales. Its products and services aim to provid…
 
What does it mean to you to be in a community? Usually one aspect is that you have at least one common denominator. The most familiar is location, like the neighborhood you live in. What if you thought about your workplace as a neighborhood? Collaboration and Community create a sense of belonging. Humans have craved a sense of belonging ever since …
 
Although I would have had Scott McKain as a guest, just for his voice, he is a consummate speaker, thinker and author. Scott is a globally recognized authority on how organizations and professionals create distinction to attract and retain customers — and stand out in a hyper-competitive marketplace. Scott talks about his four cornerstones of disti…
 
There just isn't enough celebration and recognition in our workplaces. We spend way too much time thinking about what went wrong or what we can do better. That’s important, but so is the other side. You might think about how someone did a good job, but individuals don’t usually take the time to express it. I think mainly because they just don’t thi…
 
Karen Brown is CEO of Velocity Leadership Consulting. She is an expert in the field of high performance and personal leadership. Her mission is to work with leaders who are willing to conquer their limiting beliefs to grow themselves and their organizations. She talks about the importance of whether leaders cast a shadow or shed light on their work…
 
Now I have the opportunity to speak to you about one of my favorite topics, attitude. This is truly the one aspect of your life that you are entirely in control of. I highly suggest you utilize this personal power and accept it as a gift along with its responsibilities. Once you realize you have expansive personal power over your attitude, then you…
 
Today my guest is Todd Hopkins founder and CEO of Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services. I pride myself on finding different industries to have on this podcast to prove the point that it doesn’t matter what kind of business you are in or what size company you have….culture makes a difference in your success. Todd understands that the people wor…
 
Paying attention and focus is a part of life that people in general don’t even think about. Parts of your life become so automatic you never think about taking the time to listen to and actually see your own words or thoughts or deeds. This automatic behavior can be very disruptive. In this episode I talk about the importance of paying attention an…
 
Today my guest is Tevis Trower, founder and CEO of Balance Integration (BI). She is truly a pioneer in the field of cultural transformation at work. Inspired by a deeper vision in which employees flourished at work, Trower humbly launched Balance Integration as a corporate yoga and mindfulness solution in 2002. She has expanded Balance’s services i…
 
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