In episode #1325, we talk about seven unconventional ways that we run our companies. There are so many different ways to organize and direct a company and we share just seven that have helped us gain some of the success we have experienced. Tune in to hear about remote-friendly offices, direct feedback, lunch and learns, and more!
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- [00:25] Today’s topic: 7 Unconventional Ways We Run Our Companies.
- [00:36] The hybrid-remote model and staying remote-friendly in today’s economy.
- [01:10] Putting a CEO in place to run the ship and make sure things are working.
- [01:48] The usefulness and efficacy of direct feedback with your team.
- [02:45] Implementing a profit sharing pool for key members of your company.
- [03:41] Encouraging employees to have their own side projects for extra creativity.
- [04:12] Using ‘lunch and learns’ and taking on useful topics for the team.
- [05:25] The Jeff Bezos-inspired idea of memos for more thoughtful communication.
- [07:00] Getting away from needless meetings and the impact of more time for client work.
- [07:58] That’s it for today!
- [08:00] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information.
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