On this week’s episode of the CultureING Podcast, we are joined by Matt Diteljan!
As the Founder & Futurist of Glacier GenZ Advertising and Cascade Influencer Marketing, he gets to see things from a bird’s eye view and focus on the future. Matt first grew Glacier from his dorm room in University to an international multi-million dollar company with hundreds of clients, 50+ employees, and a well-respected name in the Higher Ed. marketing sector. When he’s not at the Cascade office, Matthew is very active on several boards including the Entrepreneur’s Organization and the EO Accelerator Program, or you can likely find him sending it down a mountain on his mountain bike.
Some questions I ask:
- How to start being proactive about helping people with their career plan, especially in an organization that is primarily of the same age demographic (e.g. millennials).
- How do you let your culture mature enough to authentically dictate your values, mission, vision & cultural framework?
- How can you funnel back to your organization the futuristic, lofty plans & ideas?
- What does a leader need to do to maintain open-handedness around control over all decision making, growth and ideas?
- What is the leaders preferred way to receive constructive feedback from a “lower level” employee?
In this episode, you will learn:
- How to take your culture from fear-based culture to a world-class culture
- What it looks like to recognize you are standing in the way of the company’s growth
- How to transition from CEO to Futurist & Chairman
- How do you create a leadership vacuum that continually calls people higher and leads to internal promotions & increasing levels of leadership
- What it looks like to take a financial hit on the journey to fighting for your values
- How to manage the dynamic of a futuristic leader working alongside a day-to-day CEO
- How to bring your whole team into the future idea and have them begin thinking of how their role will need to change to fit into the strategic direction moving forward
- Futuristic thinking about whether or not we really have to fire people
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