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Crista Vance: No company is going to make changes that cost money if there isn't a clear ROI. Our goal with this podcast has been to create buy-in from companies to make employees’ lives better. That's the point of the topic that we're covering and, of course, it's been amazing meeting all of our guests. They have so much experience to draw from!
The Culture Profit Stats
Matt Vance: We're 10 episodes in. We have published to six podcast platforms. We've been posting on LinkedIn and Tiktok and have over 26,000 total listens and impressions. On YouTube alone, that's 2,000 listening hours.
Tell me about one of the first indications you had growing up that you would become an entrepreneur.
Matt Vance: When I was really young, I asked my mom, “Can I buy a new toy?” And she said, “No.” It was just a random day and I really didn't need a toy. But according to my mom, I went to some neighbors’ houses and asked for cash donations for kids without toys. I brought that money home and showed my mom that I had some money to go buy a toy and she either had me give the money back, or we bought some toys and gave it away. That was the first indication.
Who is your favorite tennis player on tour right now?
Crista Vance: Probably Carlos Alcaraz. I think he's so classy and he has the fighting spirit. He wants to win so bad and fights for every point but is classy when he loses as well which I think is really hard to balance. I think he's probably one of the most liked tennis players by other tennis professionals. I played tennis in high school and have kind of gotten back into it after a gap of raising our kids and renovating our house.
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Ep 20: Building Mobrium, Part 1 - Our story of founding a tech company
While not hosting The Culture Profit, what are hosts Matt R. Vance and Crista Vance up to? In this episode, hear our unedited story of co-founding a tech company as husband and wife with 5 children ages 8 and younger. This special episode is part of a raw and ongoing founding story of Mobrium.
Ep 21: What’s an Employer Value Proposition?
Joining us from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Rachel Duran, Head of Global Employer Brand and Recruitment Marketing, debunks the difference between an “Employer Value Proposition” and the status quo term “Employee Value Proposition”. Hear all about HPE’s new campaign #RedefineWhatsNext and how they’re leading the way in attracting, retaining and developing top talent.
Ep 19: When Crisis Strikes
A workplace crisis can take many forms: Natural disasters, civil unrest, suicide and more. Prepare before the storm. People leaders should react with empathy, organization and teamwork. After all, preparing for a crisis is not a question of “if”. It is a question of “when”.