Culture – The Heartbeat of Business with Jonathan Cottrell E12
On this month’s podcast, we hosted Jonathan Cottrell. Jonathan is a serial starter and knows life isn’t about himself. We learned about what makes a good culture tick and how to find your life’s purpose. This is a show you will not want to miss!
We work 40,50, sometimes even 60+ hours a week at our jobs. Culture is the most important aspect of us enjoying those hours. Learn more about what makes a good culture tick and how to find purpose in your pursuits.
Journeyage believes that one size training does NOT fit all. So, they’ve created a B2B platform that helps growing remote teams save up to 80% onboarding employees through personalized training at scale.
Jonathan Cottrell describes himself as a Jesus follower, family man, people lover, serial starter, community builder, tentmaker, Phoenix dweller, film nerd, iced americano addict, and cranial nudist. But really, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Ever since the first business he started at age 11, he’s been starting things from scratch and serving the Phoenix community in myriad ways, from being the instigator behind #yesphx and PHX Startup Week all the way to his current focus as CEO of Journeyage.
Much more importantly, He’s been married to the love of his life, Nicole, since 2005, and together they have three precocious kids, Riley, Tolan, and Beckett. Jonathan invites you to learn more about—and connect with—him on his blindingly pink website at JonathanCottrell.com.
About Our People and Profit Co-Hosts
Sarah McCraren is an Arizona native with a strong sense of community. Sarah spent many years in the corporate finance world specializing in the operational analysis, measurement and accountability systems, project management and software implementations. However, Sarah wanted to do work which was meaningful and would positively impact her community.
She found that saving lives and reducing injuries through comprehensive safety programs fit that bill. Sarah currently leads the McCraren Compliance team by keeping everyone focused on their primary purpose, creating workplaces where we all watch out for each other, and balancing the needs of all their stakeholders.
Sarah serves on the Boards for Conscious Capitalism Arizona and the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration Tucson Chapter, and is also active with the Arizona Builders Alliance, Arizona Rock Products Association , Arizona Transportation Builders and Women in Mining Az.
Part of an Awesome Team
Creating Workplaces Where We All Watch Out for Each Other
No arm twisting is required to get Jeremy Neis, a CC Arizona leadership team member, to engage in conversation with impassioned business minds on the topic of leveraging enterprise to create long lasting advancements for humanity.
His two plus decades of entrepreneurial experience, leading strategic initiatives and tailoring solutions for organizations, families and individuals has led to a strong appreciation of the profound impact business wields over the people it serves and relies upon.
It is his delight to explore with inspiration, show guests their experiences, observations and approaches to doing business in a people centered manner.
About Our Sponsor – Conscious Capitalism Arizona
Business has the potential to be a powerful force for good.
Free enterprise capitalism has served to lift more people out of poverty than any other socio-economic system ever conceived – empowering social cooperation, human progress, and elevating humanity.
Good business is the answer to many of the global issues that humankind is facing. This is what we will dive into on the show.
We are working to change the capitalism narrative by shining a bright light on good business – telling the stories of conscious Arizona companies and encouraging others to follow in their footsteps.