We’re running the numbers in this episode. Our IT department shares their goals for improving communications by decreasing emails from 65,000 to 20,000. Plus, we feature Nussbaum CFO Bill Wettstein and unload ESOP, projections, and company growth.
He always does both – ruling the pool table and perfecting his planning. Tomorrow’s episode of Terminal Exchange features the fast-talking, slow-driving Randy Pugh. Tune in for a guaranteed laugh.
“I’ve been doing this for years; do I really need more training?” In this week’s Terminal Exchange, we dive deep into this question with Nussbaum Trainer, Cory Adams.
Underneath the laughter and “Dad” jokes, you might not have realized that Brian Cannon also has a deep, serious passion for supporting families who are facing one of the scariest real-life monsters, childhood cancer. This week, we shared some good laughs and heartfelt stories with Brian to learn more about what drives his passion.
Mix together a handful of wisdom, a helping of humor, wrap it all up in some great family stories, and what do you get? Tune in to this week’s episode to meet The Prodigy: Performance Coach, Maya Hernandez.
Growing up near the sights and sounds of Wrigley Field, Mike Vanyzendoorn first found himself behind the wheel of a truck running the streets of Chicago with next to no experience. Years later, the seasons of life eventually led Mike to Nussbaum. This week we talk with Mike about being a driver and pastor and what he looks forward to as a performance coach at Nussbaum.
Unlike reading emails or watching an episode on Netflix, you can listen to a podcast while driving. Where your radio and playlists get repetitive, a podcast is forever releasing fresh episodes, making your long hauls shorter. “But how do I start?”
Quinton Barrett and Jay Green of People Element join us to talk about measuring employee engagement, collecting data and the importance of sharing it, and how Nussbaum measures up.
From the driver’s seat to the office chair, to the pulpit, to home, Chris Chaney exudes passion and joy in everything he does. Buckle in for some rich conversation and find out why Chris has “no bad days.”