Hosted by Rich Armstrong and Steve Baker the Change the Game podcast highlights true life stories of organizations influencing positive change by doing business differently. They’re teaching people how business works and closing the gap between the haves and have-nots. It’s capitalism at its best. Inside each episode, you’ll discover stories of entrepreneurs who are Changing the Game.
The Coaches' Table: Pricing & Shortages in Construction & Remodeling
Thanks for tuning in to our first episode of our segment, the Coaches' Table where we bring our Great Game of Business Certified Coaches together for discussions on industry-related hot topics. This episode features coaches, John Williams, Dave Scholten, and Kevin Walter, as they discuss specific challenges their clients in the construction and remodeling industry are facing today. And their recommendations for tackling those issues and preparing for the future with the principles of Great Game.
ESOPs, Co-ops, and International Players
Thanks for tuning in to this episode of the Change the Game podcast with special guest and Great Game of Business Certified Coach, Anne-Claire Broughton. In this episode, Steve Baker highlights Anne-Claire's work with her international client Chillireeze. She shares about their initiatives to provide financial literacy training, their own signature "Inspire" course on their company values, culture and work ethic, and how they maintain up to 15 impactful MiniGames at once.
Find Business Solutions by Tapping Employee's Creative Energy
In this episode, Steve and Rich are entertained by two ladies of theatre, Beth Domann and Lorianne Dunn, as they discuss tapping the creative energy you already have in the business for solutions to problems, how hiring the right people means you've already done 90% of the work, and by all means Have Fun!
Difference Between Disinflation and Deflation
Jackie Greene from ITR economics discusses how to be better prepared, so you are not caught off guard. Why you should ditch the losers and love the difference between disinflation and deflation.
ESOP Roundtable 5
This episode was recorded at a live roundtable event discussing the benefits and pitfalls of being an ESOP company. It is not required to be an ESOP company to enjoy the benefits of the Great Game of Businesses practice and principles, but they definitely pair well together.
Leadership is About Relinquishing Control
David Gilliland (Elite Entrepreneurs) discusses how leadership is an exercise in relinquishing control. How three times growth is about having the right team, and the importance of looking ahead to what your company can do when it's doing $1,000/hour work.
The GGOB team puts together great content that’s relevant. It’s nice to hear about the brighter side of capitalism and how we can use business as a force of good. I recommend this for all leaders.
GGOB post conference activity
Glad to have found this podcast (new to podcasts) through the GGOB conference. Looking forward to listening regularly-subscribed.
This is such an inspirational podcast for any business. Learn how the be an open book with your employees.