Workplace culture can be a bit tricky. You know it’s important to keep positive, but how do you really promote that? The employee-employer relationship may just be the key to a thriving business.
Dane Sanders is the CEO of tellmeyourdreams.com, a therapeutic and performance coaching company whose proven methodology elevates the grit, mental health, and dreams of your best people. He holds an undergraduate degree in business and a graduate degree in philosophy. He’s also authored two best-selling books on the business of creativity and is the host of The Converge Podcast.
On this episode of the Perfectly Mentored Podcast, Dane and Jason discuss how it’s beneficial for a business that its employees care about it as much as the owner, why it’s important to build a healthy and open culture in the workplace, and what we can do to sustain our mental health as entrepreneurs during a pandemic.
- Who is Dane Sanders? [0:27]
- How important is that when you’re doing the giving, it’s giving without expectation of return? [06:48]
- Why should employees care about the business as much as the employer? How do you build a culture where that’s possible? [10:15]
- How does one implement that into their culture right now? And what are the best ways to motivate employees to participate in it? [17:26]
- How do you start the dialogue? How does a business owner start implementing this when they haven’t been doing it before? If you’re an employee, how do you bring this up in the workplace? [21:50]
- What do you think about this mindset: As a CEO, you work for your employees, not the other way around? [26:07]
- The lows in entrepreneurship can be extremely low and there is a rising suicide rate among entrepreneurs. How can entrepreneurs take better care of themselves? [34:37]
- What’s your advice on how we can take care of ourselves and build the resilience we need to work from home? [47:10]
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