At 13, Kieron Hayes was a classically trained bassoonist and on his way to chef school and apprenticeship in London. He would go on to serve the Queen, 3 US Presidents, and live in 27 countries. After all that he finds himself managing partner (owner) of Cornman Farms, the Zingerman’s Catering and Event Space located near Ann Arbor, MI.
In the first 8 months Ji Hye, founder and managing partner of Miss Kim, has learned the great responsibility of being a leader especially in regards to: the importance of personnel energy in the workplace, the impact of the hiring process, and gratitude (even in the smallest of details.) In this final last episode with Ji Hye, you will hear about the results of her work thus far in her new restaurant. Continue reading From Skeptic to Believer, Ji Hye Kim Pt 3 Ep 86
In part one with Ji Hye Kim, Managing Partner and founder of the new Zingerman’s Korean restaurant, Miss Kim we learned about her origin story coming to the US at 13 to being a new managing partner and founder of Zingerman’s newest restaurant.
In this episode we’ll look at what intentional actions she’s taken to bring the Zingerman’s ethos to life in a new venture. In her case, Visioning (something she once viewed as new-agey or just some warm and fuzzy), Bottom Line Change, Open Book Management, and Servant Leadership. Continue reading Intentional Actions, Ji Hye Kim, Part 2 Ep 85
Scott Monette is the founder of 100% Wine. His company was created because he has a son living with disabilities and he saw a need for more job opportunities for people in this population group. We’ve talked about his inspirations and how he is intnetional. In this part we’ll discuss the business benefits of running a company with this intention. In addition he’ll share his vision for the future and his challenge to growing the company.
Let’s join our conversation with Scott Monette and we’ll see you on the other side. Continue reading Giving Away 100 Percent of Profits – Scott Monette
Scott Monette is the founder of 100% Wine. His company was created because he has a son living with disabilities and he saw a need for more job opportunities for people in this population group. This conversation reveals that running a company with intention doesn’t mean that it will be easy. You will be confronted with your ideal and the challenges of the real world.