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Businesses that Care Podcast (formerly Mere Mortals Unite)

Mere Mortals Unite (MMU) and Businesses that Care (BTC) are two distinct series in this podcast. BTC is focused on building a business culture that allows your business to recruit and retain good talent. Our guests share ideas that work, to create a culture of engagement. On previous episodes of MMU we share superpowers that everyone has although they may not have discovered them yet, or forgotten them or given them away. Take them back, increase their use in your life. provides skills and techniques so you can discover your superpowers. The result is an increase in success and joy in your life and the lives of those that surround you. Let’s change the world one person at a time, starting with you!
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Oct 17, 2018

My guest today is Karen Kennedy.  She is the CEO of Insights to Growth and a Certified Partner for The Predictive Index. Karen’s corporate career spanned 25 years between Compaq, Hewlett-Packard and Dun & Bradstreet, leading sales teams with quotas up to $6.2 BILLION! CEOs call Karen when they need help optimizing their workforce.  She is going to talk to us today about the importance of understanding who and “what” is needed, to get the right person in the right seat at the right time.

 

For more information about Insights to Growth and Karen:

Insights to Growth Website

Insights to Growth on Facebook

Insights to Growth on Twitter

Karen on LinkedIn


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Oct 10, 2018

In 2004 Dominic and Claire Taddei set-up Clear Mortgage Solutions (CMS) creating what is, today, one of Scotland’s leading mortgage and protection brokers. In 2016 they sought an equally motivated and ambitious partner to match their rapid growth and made the strategic decision to enter into a joint venture with Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB).

 

By building on their attentiveness towards the development of people, they are able to support clients through one of the most significant purchases in their lifetime.

There are a few specific areas of focus that are lived throughout this company every day.  They make growth inevitable. Firstly, all advisers go through a 13-week training program, something unique in this industry. Secondly, we position culture and staff development at the forefront of our growth plans. Thirdly, our social and charity committee is focused on regular employee engagement - where we participate in sport, dinners and charity events. Lastly, we put a big focus on transparent internal communications to ensure all staff are engaged.

 

You’ll discover the values of MAB:

 

  • No stone unturned
  • Never give up
  • Embrace the challenge of change
  • Striving for perfection in everything we do
  • Enjoy the journey

 

For more information about MAB and Dominic Taddei:

Mortgage Advice Bureau Website

Mortgage Advice Bureau on Twitter                                                                                                                                                     


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Oct 3, 2018

Scott Moorehead, the CEO of TCC Verizon, hired Ryan McCarty to help create a Culture of Good.  What the duo began as a powerful movement has grown into a business teaching other companies that inspired employees to ignite positive change in the world and impact your bottom line positively.

Imagine how engaged employees would be if they were given the permission to care about not just their job, but also their fellow employees, customers and the cause they are most passionate about in life? What would it be like if employees got the chance to make positive changes in the world around them on a daily basis while they did their job? Or, to put that another way, what would happen if people were given the chance to bring their souls to work every day?

Ryan will share how that can happen and what results you can expect.  



For more information about Culture of Good and Ryan McCarty:

Culture of Good Website

Culture of Good on Facebook

Ryan McCarthy on LinkedIn

Book - Build A Culture of Good


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