How I Turned the Corner Podcast

Many founders and entrepreneurs start their business because they have an itch to solve a problem but they reach a point along the way where they realize they can’t do it on their own. They have to hire and now they’re a manager. Now they are truly leading and this is where most businesses fail unless they turn the corner. Every leader goes through a place where they hit this humbling moment. Join us on How I Turned The Corner and hear stories from seasoned founders who experience this.

For over a decade, Kendra’s career has been all about creating healthier and more rewarding work environments. She has served hundreds of clients in revamping their corporate cultures, revitalizing their recruiting and helping them retain their people.

How You Can Make Work Matter – An Interview With Nancy McGaw

How You Can Make Work Matter – An Interview With Nancy McGaw

When employees feel love for what they do, magic happens. When employees are happy on the job, they’re more likely to stick around, meaning lower turnover and a crew that’s tight-knit and ready to tackle whatever challenges come their way. It’s all about creating a work environment where people genuinely enjoy showing up, putting in the effort, and feel like they’re making a real difference.

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Building a Global Network of Happy Employees – An Interview with Eran Mizrahi

Building a Global Network of Happy Employees – An Interview with Eran Mizrahi

For business leaders, it’s important to keep an eye on productivity and happiness. Think of productivity as the engine of your business—it’s what keeps things moving forward and the doors open. But, you can’t forget about happiness. It’s like the oil that keeps that engine running smooth. Happy workers mean less drama, more awesome ideas, and folks actually wanting to stick around. Plus, they’re less likely to call in sick or bail on you when the going gets tough. When you get the balance right, everyone’s winning—you’re hitting those targets, and your team is wired for success.

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“I Respectfully Disagree” – An Interview with Author Justin Jones-Fosu

“I Respectfully Disagree” – An Interview with Author Justin Jones-Fosu

In this episode, our guest is Justin Jones-Fosu, MBA, CSP, the CEO of Work.Meaningful. Justin brings over two decades of expertise in employee experience and inclusion. His book, “I Respectfully Disagree,” offers a refreshing take on conflict management, emphasizing the significance of genuine respect and understanding in difficult conversations. Through his unique framework, Justin encourages individuals and organizations to challenge perspectives, cultivate curiosity, and seek common ground. With a passion for creating respectful environments, Justin’s work has significantly impacted leaders and teams, fostering healthier and more productive discussions. His approach not only provides practical tools but also delves into the heart of respectful disagreement, making his insights invaluable for those seeking to enhance their conflict-resolution skills.

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Overcoming the Impossible – an Interview with Lena Wilson

Overcoming the Impossible – an Interview with Lena Wilson

What would you do if you were leading a team facing a multi-million dollar financial deficit? In this episode, meet Lena Wilson, the CEO of Vista del Mar and Family Services in Los Angeles. Lena moved to California from Michigan to take over the CEO position in 2019. She was hired in order to provide a pathway toward sustainability to an organization that was losing an average of $3.2 million annually.

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Cultivating Culture in Difficult Conditions – an Interview with Meg Clark

Cultivating Culture in Difficult Conditions – an Interview with Meg Clark

Imagine that you live, dine, and work together with the same people for 70 days or more straight with little to no time off. This would be a deeply connecting experience if you have people around who inspire you, make you feel safe, and are great teammates. Our guest in this episode is Meg Clark, who is the owner and executive director of Camp Waldemar, an organization that’s been around for over five generations.

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