Dave Scholten, International Business Coach with The Great Game of Business, dives into a difficult subject, layoffs. He discusses with Steve Baker the best way to approach layoffs and how honest communication is the best way to talk with your team.
Corey Rosen, Founder and Senior Staff Member of NCEO, talks about his new book, Ownership, Reinventing Companies, Capitalism, and Who Owns What, and discusses what the future of employee ownership looks like.
Jason Hynson, Executive Director of Victory Mission, discusses how important HR is when it comes to taking care of the people they serve and the staff who serves those people, mental health and job stability are also big focal points for Victory Mission.
Justin Jordan, President and CEO of Essential Ingredients, and Kris Maynard, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Essential Ingredients, discuss how they use the succession planning process to influence who will participate in the Conference, how they use the Conference to bring up emerging leaders, and what they will be talking about in their breakout session at the Conference this year.
Suranga Herath, Founder and CEO of English Tea Shop, discusses Sri Lanka's most unprecedented economic and social upheaval in its history, and the future of the world's supply chain with social and economic inequalities worldwide.
Loren Feldman, Editor in Chief and Founder of 21 Hats, warns against falling prey to doom and gloom predictions, discusses how smart companies are prepared for the worst but expect the best, and how young people are looking at business differently.
Charlotte Eckley, COO of SRC Logistics, discusses what she looks for when hiring a new candidate, the importance of holding yourself accountable when committing to a new employee, and how to maximize the people you have when you can't afford to bring on new talent.
Hillary Hughes and Tom DeSimone from Prairie Capital Advisors discuss the cultural aspect of an employee-owned company, using an ESOP to build wealth for your people, and how to position an ESOP as a benefit that attracts employees.
Hosted by Rich Armstrong and Steve Baker the Change the Game podcast highlights true life stories of organizations influencing positive change by doing business differently. They’re teaching people how business works and closing the gap between the haves and have-nots. It’s capitalism at its best. Inside each episode, you’ll discover stories of entrepreneurs who are Changing the Game.
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