Dissecting a Great Company Culture – Riley Construction
What makes a great company culture? Two leaders at Riley Construction tell how they craft their company’s culture from on-boarding to daily work and life.
Leveraging FREE Resources: Apps, Podcasts, LinkedIn – Quick Hit
Steve shares some of his favorite free leadership resources and some hidden gems he discovered recently.
When Status Quo Isn’t Acceptable – Beth Heidorn
The Racine Zoo hasn’t been the same since Beth Heidorn took over. Her belief in being a steward in her role as director has made a huge impact – from culture to community.
Making the Most out of Networking – Quick Hit
In networking, quality connections are what people remember. Patrick Booth tells how he learned to network effectively, what he avoids, and how to sincerely engage people.
How to Lead a Diversified Organization – Dr. Bryan Albrecht
President and CEO of Gateway Technical College Dr. Bryan Albrecht talks about the importance of setting goals and how he keeps his team on track to achieving them.
Don’t Get Prepared, Be Prepared – Quick Hit
In this week’s episode, Steve discusses how to succeed by being prepared for opportunity. He shares practical tips you can apply every day to get you there.
Attracting the Best Talent – Busting Millennial Stereotypes
Two graduating seniors from Carthage College talk about ways to improve company culture and engage with millennials.
Top Leadership Resources – Quick Hit
Steve shares his favorite leadership books, podcasts, and videos that helped and inspired him in his transition to VP of Sales at CCB.
From Intern to COO – Conor Caloia
Conor Caloia shares not only his personal story, but also exciting news about the future of the organization that brought Kingfish baseball to Kenosha.
A Graceful Exit – Quick Hit
On his last day at CCB, Jason Coker shares how he is pursuing his passion at Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha and the importance of gracefully handling a job transition.
Leading Now With a Vision for the Future – Jake McGhee
As the CEO of the largest Boys and Girls Club in the U.S., Jake McGhee has his hands full serving more than 12,000 youths each year.
Calculated Risk – Quick Hit
Patrick Booth, President and CEO of CCB Technology discusses his experiences with calculated risks and when to make the leap.
Community, Family & Passion – A Recipe for Defying the Odds
Against the odds of being successful in print media, Katie and Carl Matteson still decided to launch and publish Belle City Magazine.