Dusha

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Hello! It’s Mark and Artyom. We make a podcast about purpose and values in business We want to help companies build corporate culture in another way: where purpose is more than making money, and values live in actions and not just a piece of paper


05. National vs Organizational: how to match cultures across countries with Annette Dahl, Founder C3 Consulting
Jul 30 • 42 min
Today’s guest on Dusha podcast reminds me a story. At 5:46 A.M. on January 17, 1995, a massive earthquake shook the city of Kobe, Japan, killing over 5,000 people, and leaving 300,000 injured or homeless. Measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale, it was the…
04. If you want a culture that works, invite people to join the campfire — with Jitske Kramer (Human Dimensions)
Jul 30 • 55 min
Sit down, relax. Do you hear the wind blowing up the fire? No, that’s not a deadline closing by, that’s an amazing campfire conversation we have for you. In this episode we are joined by Jitske Kramer, corporate anthropologist and the founder of Human…
03. I said “Three!”: how to narrow down values to actionable top-3 with John Waid, Founder of Corporate Culture Consulting
May 22 • 40 min
How many values should a company have? 3? 5? 20? Each company finds the right answer for itself (well, 20 is clearly too much, but you got my point). But our today’s guest has a clear answer for each company. John Waid, founder and CEO of Corporate…
02. Lie down to get results: how to create the horizontal culture of the future with Samantha Slade, Founder of Percolab
May 11 • 36 min
Self-determined salary. Collective decision making. AI that tells stories. Two of those three things are actually not a myth, and luckily for us, robots haven’t made it this far (yet). Our today’s guest, Samantha Slade is the co-founder of Percolab, an…
01. How to find the Purpose of business and put it into words to lead your team — with Joey Reiman, Founder BrightHouse
Apr 28 • 45 min
How do you boil down the purpose in one phrase, especially a company purpose? How do you make that phrase catchy, so that employees, partners and clients are all energized by that phrase? A smart word play is not enough, you also need meaning, a touch of…