In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Terri and Robert Bogue, Chief Operating Officer of Thor Projects LLC and President of Thor Projects LLC. As a clinical nurse specialist with over 30 years of experience in nursing, Terri understands how difficult healthcare and life are for patients and providers. Robert has a driving passion for delivering solutions through both teaching and learning. Tune in to learn Terri and Robert’s thoughts on systemically preventing burnout, research about the tangible benefits of happy and healthy teams, KPIs to evaluate a company's culture, and more!
About the guest
Terri Bogue (she/her) has a passion for helping people be healthy and happy, both physically and emotionally. As a clinical nurse specialist with over 30 years of experience in nursing, she understands how difficult healthcare and life is for patients and providers. Through this experience, she has developed tools that support healthcare providers in delivering effective and compassionate care to their patients and themselves and reducing healthcare-associated infections. She inspires people to learn what boundaries are and how to maintain them, both professionally and personally, cool down a conflict during heated situations, and prevent and recover from burnout. Robert Bogue (he/him) has a driving passion for delivering solutions through both teaching and learning. His drive for resolving problems is fueled by his creativity and innovation to find solutions that others cannot. A business owner and community leader for over 10 years and 18-time Microsoft MVP, he has authored 28 books and edited over 100 additional books. He knows how to ignite engagement, stop from burning out, and freeze a snowballing conflict in its tracks.
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