Episode 15 Why culture in a company matters with Courtney Carace

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Ready to unlock your business's full potential? Dive deep into why culture in a company matters, and watch your team thrive!

About the Speaker Niha Wunnava

Experienced Chief Operating Officer skilled in Customer Service, Management, Leadership, Project Management, and Team Building. Strong operations professional graduated from College of the Holy Cross.

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Podcast Bullet points

  • Importance of Identifying Blind Spots: The podcast "Business Blind Spots Exposed" aims to illuminate the aspects of business that leaders may not even realize they're unaware of. The show uses data to highlight these areas, which could range from marketing to diversity and inclusion.
  • Culture as a Critical Factor: The episode features Courtney Karachi discussing the pivotal role that organizational culture plays in business success. She highlights that a strong culture helps in decision-making and keeps employees aligned with company goals.
  • Role of Core Values: Core values are not just a set of words but should be actively communicated and demonstrated. They serve as a framework for making critical business decisions, from hiring to potential acquisitions.
  • Measuring Culture and Growth: Although still early in the process, the company aims to measure culture through satisfaction and growth metrics. They experienced approximately 15-20% growth, emphasizing that a strong culture contributed to this success.
  • Gender Dynamics and Future Goals: The discussion also touched on the changing gender landscape in businesses and how industry communities are becoming more inclusive. Courtney aims to foster this change and contribute to the next generation of women leaders.