Awesome Office: Lead. Create. Inspire.
About This Show
The Awesome Office Show is all about helping you lead people, create culture, and inspire Awesome at your company.
Each week we talk to a business leader, entrepreneur, HR pro, or engagement specialist at the most successful and buzzed about companies in the country, and learn their most actionable tips, tactics, and best practices - and share them with you.
This is a behind the curtain look that you’re not going to find anywhere else. If you care about developing stellar cultures that provide lasting value for employees, customers, and shareholders, then this is the podcast for you.
The Awesome Office Show is co-hosted by SnackNation CEO Sean Kelly and Sean Spear of Hughes Marino.
Similar to Entreleadership and HBR Ideacast.
Most Recent Episode
Why A Great Team Beats a Great Idea Every Time, Pt. 2 with Cross Campus CEO Ronen Olshansky
1 day ago
Is it better to bet on a company with a great idea but with a team of B-level players, or one stacked with A-level talent working on an average idea? It’s a question that early-stage investors have debated for decades, but for this week’s guest there's no question about it - a great team beats a great idea, every time. That’s according to Ronen Olshansky, the visionary CEO behind Cross Campus, a Los Angeles based on-demand workspace and business event venue that provides peak office experiences to a community of creative professionals. Now if that name sounds a bit familiar, that's because Ronen is our first ever repeat guest on the Awesome Office show. After getting to know his story during our first interview (which we highly recommend listening to first), we knew we had barely scratched the surface with this insightful entrepreneur. In this interview, co-host Sean Spear digs deep with Ronen to learn more about the philosophies that underlie his life and business. We learn some fascinating info, including an update on the Cross Campus business, Ronen’s take on leadership and fundraising, the industries that are poised to go mainstream in the next 5-10 years, and why right now Los Angeles is the best place in the world to do business. Recommended Reading The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis Onward by Howard Schultz The Moral Animal