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Starting a Business and Preparing for Crisis with Gino Wickman

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Release Date: 04/01/2020

Starting a Business and Preparing for Crisis with Gino Wickman show art Starting a Business and Preparing for Crisis with Gino Wickman

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Gino Wickman is the creator of the Entrepreneurial Leap but he is best known as the Founder of the Entrepreneurial Operating System or EOS Worldwide. Gino is also the author of the best-selling book Traction, the book that popularized the business management system. He has written many other books in the series including Get A Grip, Rocket Fuel, How To Be A Great Boss, and What The Heck Is EOS?

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Building Valued Company Culture, with Scott Silver show art Building Valued Company Culture, with Scott Silver

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Scott Silver is the President of Printable Promotions, an ad agency that focuses on promotional items and helping brands take their products to markets. Scott started his company over 25 years ago and the company has won industry awards for its website, marketing, use of technology, and a five-time winner of the Best Places to Work award in its industry. This week host Will Scott is joined by Scott to talk about his company, the importance of building a valued culture in his company.

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Building Strong Employees with Andrew Blickstein with Home Run Media show art Building Strong Employees with Andrew Blickstein with Home Run Media

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Andrew Blickstein is the Founder of Home Run Media, which helps companies utilize TV advertising to increase client acquisition by driving customers to their websites.

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Management Training for the Modern Age, with Aaron Levy  show art Management Training for the Modern Age, with Aaron Levy 

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Aaron Levy is Founder and CEO of Raise The Bar, a management training company that has set out to transform the managerial role. Aaron is also a speaker and author of the book Open, Honest, and Direct. This week host Will Scott is joined by Aaron to talk about his company, writing his new book, and the importance of a strong culture in his company.

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Life as a Chief Culture Officer with Jaime Neely  show art Life as a Chief Culture Officer with Jaime Neely

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

The return on investment in Corporate Culture can be huge for a company’s bottom line.

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Bringing Empathy to Culture with Claude Silver of VaynerMedia  show art Bringing Empathy to Culture with Claude Silver of VaynerMedia

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

As listeners of this podcast know, Culture is more than just words on a wall, it is lived.  Our guest this week knows how to bring it into the heart. Claude Silver is the Chief Heart Officer at VaynerMedia, a modern, full-service global agency. She is a mentor, coach, and manager, and the company’s first CHO. The position was created to help scale Gary Vee and make sure that the over 800 employees feel they have a home in the company. Join Will Scott as he welcomes Claude Silver to talk about the Culture and guiding principles of VaynerMedia, and why culture is not a ping pong...

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Culture’s Return on Investment, with Anthony Vidergauz  show art Culture’s Return on Investment, with Anthony Vidergauz

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Life can always take a turn when you least expect it. Anthony Vidergauz had a professional law degree but was not fulfilled by the career. So when the opportunity came up to get involved with a young company he jumped at the opportunity. This week Will Scot is joined by Anthony Vidergauz who is the former owner and CEO of California Closets, which offers custom storage solutions for their closets and beyond. Anthony is an experienced advisor and has extensive experience in the franchise and home service industries. He is skilled in business development, entrepreneurship, and branding strategy,...

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Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

A company can put Core Values on the wall, but the important question is: do they live them? So what can a company do to define their Core Values, and what are the best ways to implement them? In this episode, Will is joined by Steve Gumm, who is VP of Marketing at AssociaDirect. Steve helps organizations get from where they are to where they want to be, utilizing smart strategy and well-crafted game plans. Listen in as they talk about how Will defines Culture for new clients, some examples of bad culture, and why defining Culture makes an organization run more smoothly.  Here’s a...

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Corporate Culture, Core Values, and the Royal Marines, with Will Scott show art Corporate Culture, Core Values, and the Royal Marines, with Will Scott

Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Will Scott has made company culture his life’s work. His book, his company, and these vlogs have shown the value and importance of having clear Core Values leads to a strong Corporate Culture.  So where did Will get the passion to take on this profession? What were the events and choices in Will’s life which led him to start Culture Czars and help people create a strong culture, so that people love where they work, and why they work? This week Will is joined by Adam Boyd, Vice President of Client Sales at Beneplace, LLC. Beneplace helps employers attract, retain and recognize their...

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Culture Czars Podcast with Will Scott

Leadership is a difficult thing to pin down, but Mel Schwartz has developed a system. He has identified three pillars of leadership which highlight key traits that are necessary to a great leader. Mel Schwartz is a psychotherapist, author, marriage counselor, speaker, and consultant. Mel works globally by Skype and locally in Westport, CT, and Manhattan.  In this episode, Mel joins Will Scott to discuss the importance of emotion on the culture of a company, the three pillars of leadership, and how thoughts can create change in people’s lives. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll...

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Businesses all over the world have been hit hard by the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It came fast and it came so abruptly that it caught nearly everyone off guard. Today’s guest, Gino Wickman, says that this is all part of an entrepreneur’s life. The highs and lows of business are almost predictable and the only way to weather each storm is by making sure you’ve got your reserves, your wits, and your grit intact so that you can pick up the pieces and begin anew.

This is also the reason why for Gino, now is actually a pretty good time to ask yourself whether you’re meant to be an entrepreneur or not. He tackles this question and all the things that come with it in his book, The Entrepreneurial Leap. For Gino, worst-case scenarios will always play out in some form or another, what you need to do is to make sure you’ve got the things well prepared on your end so that you’re ready to push back and keep things steady.

Here’s the kicker: not everyone is meant to be an entrepreneur and that’s absolutely okay. This is why Gino encourages people to take part in his 16-day Entrepreneurial Leap Challenge so that you can start charting the course of your future today.

Gino Wickman is the creator of the Entrepreneurial Leap but he is best known as the Founder of the Entrepreneurial Operating System or EOS Worldwide. Gino is also the author of the best-selling book Traction, the book that popularized the business management system. He has written many other books in the series including Get A Grip, Rocket Fuel, How To Be A Great Boss, and What The Heck Is EOS?

If you’re someone interested in business, if you’re just starting out as an entrepreneur, or if you’re already an entrepreneur but don’t really know how to go forward, stay tuned to this episode of Culture Czars where you can get insights and learnings that will make you think and carefully consider the choices you’ve made and will be making in the future as an entrepreneur.