In this episode, David and Justin sit down with Todd Sipe, CEO of Thrivent Federal Credit Union. They discuss topics ranging from purpose in the workplace, the impact of interconnectedness, the evolution of banking in the last 20 years, and more.
In this episode, David and Justin welcome Jonathan Keller, CEO of Life Floor. They discuss the importance of purpose in growing a business and attracting quality talent as well as the ups and downs early-stage companies experience in this rapidly changing world.
In this episode, Justin gets a chance to speak with the CEO of Reve Consulting, Kristin Pardue. They cover ground ranging from the power of design to solve problems, making change happen from within organizations, and how to work with your significant other (without killing them).
In this episode, David and Justin chat with Jonathan Anderstrom, CEO at CREED Interactive, a digital innovation firm in St. Paul, MN. They discuss the role that purpose has served in forming Jonathan’s professional and personal life, the fact that they are only in the office two days a week, as well as the culture at CREED. They also talk about how digital technology has enabled the interconnectedness fueling the new economy and how leaders can better take advantage of technology to solve business problems.
In this episode, David and Justin speak with Chris Jones, an M&A Advisor at Sunbelt. Sunbelt is the world’s largest business broker, helping many mid-market firms find new homes. David and Justin ask Chris about his observations on how the world of M&A (as well as entrepreneurial activity in general) has changed due to the increasing pace of change.
In this episode, David and Justin welcome Mark Crea, the CEO of Feed My Starving Children. FMSC is the largest volunteer organization in the world today with over 1.1 million volunteers worldwide. They discuss the importance of purpose as well as the current effort to help the worsening conditions in Somalia.
In this episode, we were fortunate to be joined by John Griffith and Tad Lunden from the American Refugee Committee / Asili. During the interview we discussed their human-centered-design experiences and using business for good. We also talk about the difference between being a “beneficiary” and being a “customer”. Wonderful people and inspiring work.