Episode #264: Sammy Courtright, Ten Spot, “How Do We Get Folks To Really feel Like They Work For The Identical Firm When They’re No Longer In The Identical Place?”
Visitor: Sammy Courtright is the co-founder of Ten Spot, a startup uniting groups round frequent pursuits or collaborative initiatives, combining digital experiences with subtle engagement instruments to create excellent area for constructing a powerful tradition.
Date Recorded: 9/30/2020
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Abstract: In episode 264, we welcome our visitor, Sammy Courtright, co-founder of Ten Spot. In at the moment’s episode, we’re speaking about workforce engagement and fixing among the issues with distributed groups.
Sammy tells us the backstory of Ten Spot and the re-branding course of they’ve gone via to deal with know-how to assist the corporate streamline and scale. She explains the enterprise mannequin, how necessary it’s with the fashionable workforce to ensure groups are engaged and connecting, and the way Ten Spot is bringing engagement to the desk. We talk about what’s on the horizon for the corporate, together with some ideas on worldwide enlargement.
Because the dialog winds down, Sammy shares the problem of navigating 2020, which not solely contains attempting to run the enterprise, however extends to securing essential funding.
All this and extra in episode 264 with Ten Spot’s Sammy Courtright.
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