In this podcast, I interview Doug Bishop, CEO of MMA-Bouchard Region. Doug has an intentional approach to developing people, raising up leaders and building a culture. Tune into this podcast to learn what you can do to keep their attention, motivate them and continuously point them to a more positive future.
I love working with people who are excited to find their way, make their mark, and who have a ton of energy overall. That’s exactly what I found in Mike Jones. Mike started working with me a little over a month ago, and he’s the guest star on the RedRock Leadership podcast.
A company’s culture embodies how employees interact and work together. Establishing and protecting your culture is a crucial aspect of growing your company. A decision to define that culture is a personal decision, and it’s going to look different for everyone, but it is equally as important no matter the industry you work in. That’s why I asked Aaron Nursey, President of Direct Componentsto join me on the RedRock Leadership podcast. Aaron started his company in 1998, and I’ve known him for about four years. Working together, we’ve seen his company culture transformed in a powerful way, and I wanted him to share the behind-the-scenes of that process.
Yes, you read that right. There truly are five generations in the workplace today, and it’s presenting unique challenges for emerging growth business owners and leaders. Each generation brings with it its own unique view of the world and the workplace. What makes this even more challenging is the frantic pace of change we are experiencing – it affects not only our business culture, but our everyday lives. How are business owners supposed to grow their companies and build strong teams with these challenges?
If you’re involved in running a business, you know there are challenges. You’ve probably handled your fair share, but sometimes it can be difficult to determine how to resolve certain challenges, and in some cases, it might be necessary to bring in outside help. I’ve worked with 100’s of companies over the last 10 years, and I’ve worked with all different sized companies at different levels of various industries experience similar challenges. Now, the way the challenges manifest may be different, and we understand that the problem is unique for every company and should be treated as such. I know that locating the origination of these challenges and starting any resolution process from that point, is a key to helping my clients transform.