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
In this episode we hear Ji Hye’s move from being 13 when she came to the U.S. to her decision to become a managing partner and creator of Zingerman’s newest restaurant, a Korean cuisine restaurant, Miss Kim. Continue reading From 90% Paycut to Restaurant Owner, Ji Hye Kim, Part 1 Ep 84
I wanted to take another week from the normal episodes to share some behind the scenes work I’ve been doing on the podcast and to also share about inspiration coming to me from two very different sources. Continue reading RPGs and Inspiration – Summer Chill Episode 2
Chris Dimock, Co-Founder of Elation, had tried conventional wisdom in running his business and was getting average results. He says, “I was running a normal company.” He thought there must be a better way. After talking with another local business person, he had a humbling experience because he realized that the results were related more with HOW he thought than some kind of simple behavior change.