Welcome to The Corporate Culture Cleaner Podcast
with Josh Evans
To be an extraordinary company, you need engaged employees. Joshua M. Evans—“The Culture Cleaner”—can help you develop a culture where your team is engaged, passionate, and enjoys their work. When employees care about company success, profitability skyrockets. In this show, Josh will be exploring ways you can improve performance through engagement and enjoyment to develop creative, thriving, successful organizations.
It’s very easy for a manager or middle man at a company to lean on policy. It’s there for a reason. But it can often slow down productivity and new ideas when a manager isn’t thinking like an innovative leader and just sticks to the same old same old. Todays episode, I explore why policy doesn’t substitute thinking like a leader and ideas on how to change that.
Incentivizing behavior helps turn that behavior into habit without making it feel mundane. If there’s some sort of reward for doing little things that add up… it becomes part of our productivity. Tune in and learn about how incentives work in all aspects of life, from eating a healthy meal to get to dessert, to finishing a chore so that you can enjoy the results afterwards.
You’re the average of the people you spend the most time with, this is especially true when it comes to success and income. Burning bridges is seen as a bad thing, but done strategically and thoughtfully, you’ll only burn the bridges that need to be burned. For your emotional health, and your career, you deserve to be around people that are willing to put in the effort that you put into that relationship. Listen in to learn more about how to move on from relationships that don’t fulfill you and make you feel down. Being selective is part of progress, here’s how to do it.
In this episode, I’m interviewing Jeff McManus, the author of Growing Weeders into Leaders. He will give us a lot of insight as to how he used principles he used with is team that takes care of the Ole Miss grounds into other work places. He’s been endorsed by company leaders thanks to his principles and advice. Listen in and learn more about empowering teams to become better problem solvers.
Today’s episode is an interview with Scott Sorrell aka Mr. Charge Higher Prices. He’s helped so many top tier names like Met Life and Cisco, and he helps different organizations develop their businesses. Scott is also a firm believer of if you charge higher prices, you’ll get more customers… tune in and learn more about his business philosophy.
This week’s episode is going to discuss something that’s essential for everyone… work life balance and the pitfalls of multitasking. Organizing and concentrating your work and your family time. Don’t leave one foot on the merry-go-round. When you’re with family, be with them, and when you’re at work, be at work. If you feel like you have an issue with being distracted, this episode is for you.
Today’s amazing guest is Kristin Lindeen, QBQ Inc’s current VP and she’s going to teach us about her work through the company, how she trains others, and how QBQ (The Question Behind the Question) is applicable to so many different areas of our lives.
Today’s guest is the wonderful Victor Antonio, the host of SpikeTV’s “Life or Debt.” The fortune 500 financial strategist and amazing sales executive helps families get to their finances back on track on his show. He’s going to talk to us today about insight on selling just about everything from a product, a service, and even an idea.
A team that works well together and supports each other doesn’t just come together out of nowhere. I’ve learned that sometimes it takes some trial and error to find the right person for the right tasks. And sometimes it takes giving someone a little bit more freedom to really let their skills shine through. Here are some tips for surrounding yourself with the best people and making sure they’re up to the challenge of getting the job done right.
Team leaders in any business should be able to trust their team, have them take on different tasks and motivate them to complete those tasks to the best of their ability. Don’t take on more work than you need to due to a lack of trust. In this episode, I teach you how to let go and work with a team that can work for and with you.
In this week’s installment of the Corporate Culture Cleaner we’ll be discussing how to balance small business or startup growth with special guest and friend, Alex Anderson. He joins us from the startup world of learning to deal with growing pains and how to take on multiple roles at once when expanding your business.