Beyond Your WHY


What Happens When You Make A Successful Company Culture

Season 2, Ep. 52

Meet David McGlennen. 

His WHY is Contribute.

Interviewed by WHY Institute Founder Dr. Gary Sanchez (Better Way).

David McGlennen started his career in the insurance and financial services industry and worked his way through college. Achievement, high performance and self-development through success habits is his calling card. He has built several businesses by creating relationships and adding value with problem-solving. David has met those challenges through the power of working with others. Culture development and team growth have been instrumental in his success. As a part of several startups, his focus on intentional culture rapidly grows companies and has won numerous fast-growth awards. He helps leaders execute their strategy by forming their success habits, building up their people, and intentionally creating a winning culture.

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