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The importance of culture and values to business success, and the challenge leaders have to keep culture alive, with Dane Sharp and Fred Schebesta | Dream Job Ready Quick Take EP42

Season 1, Ep. 42

"Culture does not make people. People make culture." Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.


Dream Job Ready Quick Take episode with Dane Sharp and Fred Schebesta 

The importance of culture and values to business success, and the challenge leaders have to keep culture alive, with Dane Sharp and Fred Schebesta | Dream Job Ready Quick Take EP42.

G'day! My name is Dane Sharp and I really implore you to hit play on this 4.56min Quick Take episode.

This episode features a memorable grab that serial entrepreneur Fred Schebesta shared in my interview with him in Episode 27.

Fred is a co-founder of finder.com and helped create the company's strong and passionate team culture. Throughout our interview in EP27, Fred talks to finder.com's culture and the reasons it's been so important to successful company growth… He claims it's one of the most important things - and often a point of difference, just how much emphasis and importance he and the other business leaders at Finder put on culture and the company’s values.

Finder.com is a company that has grown quickly and has opportunities galore in front of it…. It’s grown from Australia to now operate in 6 countries, and given his strong views on Culture and Values, I made sure I asked Fred if (and how) he has managed and maintained that during growth… and whether it’s been easy to do. In this Quick Take episode he shares some great advice and insights about cultural differences and continuing to learn on the job too…

I hope you found this Quick Take episode interesting and helpful.

Got feedback? Please email me on dreamjobreadypodcast@gmail.com

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Music: ‘Funky Sunday’ composed and performed by Mark Matthews.

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