Life After Business
About This Show
Sell your business when you want, to who you want, for how much you want. Ryan Tansom’s goal is to bring you all the information he wishes he had when they sold their company. He will teach you to build the value of your business, set your timeline, and harvest your wealth during the sale so you can exit your business happy and transition into a life after with passion, purpose, and community.
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Scaling and Transitioning Culture - Interview with Paul Spiegelman
2 days ago
Paul Spiegelman founded BerylHealth and eventually sold to Stericycle, a global services organization with 25,000+ employees. He was able to take his most favorite part of his job and transition into the role of Chief Culture Officer at Stericycle in hopes of scaling the culture he built and cherished at his first company. If you listen, you will learn: How culture can impact business Three things every employee wants out of their company and culture Processes to implement and measure culture Challenges and rewards of transitioning out of a business that is a reflection of yourself This episode is sponsored by: The Value Advantage™ is platform delivered via peer groups and/or 1-on-1 mentoring to help you build a valuable company that can thrive without you while putting an exit plan in place so you have options to sell when you want, to who you want, for how much you want. You’re able to manage the business by the numbers, work in the business as much or as little as you want, and fully understand how the business impacts your personal financials. Business Beginnings Paul’s first business was a medical alerts company he started with his two brothers. Within a year of starting the company, a hospital contacted the brothers in need of someone to handle physician referrals and their core business changed. They ultimately became an outsourced provider of call-center services for hospitals across the country taking calls and tracking patients into hospital systems. A call-center operation can easily become a commodity business but Paul wanted to create value for their customers. They ended up building a great brand around their unique internal culture that drove customer loyalty and profitability. This created extreme value when they eventually decided to exit the company in 2012. Organizations Are a Reflection of the Leader Paul explains a few different de