Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch
Paul Spiegelman is the co-founder of the Small Giants Community, a peer-group of purpose-driven business leaders. He is the former chief culture officer of Stericycle, the co-founder and former CEO of BerylHealth and the founder and chairman of The Beryl Institute.
Paul is a New York Times best-selling author and has been honored with the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Paul is a sought-after speaker and author on leadership, employee engagement, entrepreneurship, culture, and leading a purpose-driven life. He has made many radio and TV appearances and his views have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, and he is currently a columnist for Forbes.com.
Paul practiced law for two years prior to starting BerylHealth. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from UCLA and a law degree from Southwestern University.
In this episode, Jon and Paul Spiegelman discuss:
- A positive culture in the workplace
- How to lead a successful leadership in a company
- Employees growing and building with the company
- Being an entrepreneur and the company he built with his brothers
Key Takeaways and Actionable Success Principles:
- It’s less about directing traffic at work than it is doing things with your employees and listening to your employees
- Empowering your employees and involving them in the process of the business
- The foundation of any culture is really the mission, vision, and values that exist within the organization
- Creating a great workplace for your employees to be able to grow each and every day
“Ultimately a company is not selling what they do, but who they are” — Paul Spiegelman
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Show notes by show editor: Britnie Leverett
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*E – explicit language may be used in this podcast.