Tom DeSimone and Hillary Hughes, Prairie Capital Advisors, interview our very own Rich Armstrong on what is an ownership mentality? Is it created or taught? And what is the difference between an ESOP, private, and public company?
Chuck Monico, Branch Manager at Ryan Lawn & Tree,talks to Rich and Steve about the importance of learning, keeping it simple, and how teaching financial literacy to your team can help them ask better questions and be better team members.
Michael Kiolbassa, President at Kiolbassa Smoked Meats, describes how unconscious commitments were holding him back, how values-based leadership training put the organization on the right path, and how opening the books magnified the trust in his organization and unleashed creativity.
Casey Hildebrandt, Owner of Hildebrandt Tree Tech, tells Steve how being a Great Game company helped to calm the storm, built his confidence as a leader and allowed him to not carry the entire burden of the business alone.
Jack Stack, President and CEO at SRC Holdings, reads chapter 7 from Change The Game. This chapter shares a story of a struggling theatre's turnaround just by opening the books and taking a closer look at the financials.
Stephan Abrams, Owner of The Liquor Store at Jackson Hole discusses his "Work to Play the Teton Way" employment brand, how we implemented raising wages for all employees across the board, and how he developed a strategy that named The Liquor Store of Jackson Hole an employer of choice.
Jeff Evenson, Professional Angel Investor, shares how the book, The Opposite of Spoiled, influenced him in his business journey, and his belief that with the right leadership and vulnerability, you can make the great game of business work anywhere.
Greg Crabtree, Partner at Carr, Riggs, and Ingram LLC, Author, shares why you need to run your business like an investment, the importance of behavioral economics and why your number one critical number shouldn't be net income.
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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Tapping into the universal human need to win, GGOB educates your people in the rules of business, rallies them around a common goal, empowers them to see and improve the score, and engages them by giving them a stake in the outcome.