We started this podcast to learn how other leaders develop, innovate, inspire, and lead to drive change. From our guests who are driving the for-profit sector, to the CEOs of nonprofits, and everything in between, this first season has taught us so much.
Welcome to this episode of What Unites Us, a podcast about building businesses meant to last. We aim to answer some of the toughest questions about branding, leadership, and success while talking to business trailblazers about their biggest lessons learned.
Today, we discuss what we’ve learned throughout this season, our favorite stories that our guests have shared, and how many seasons Esther hopes to host. We also ask that you leave us any feedback so we can continue to learn how to make our podcast better. We plan to be back for season 2!
In this episode, you will learn:
- Our favorite episodes of this season (0:50)
- The big themes of this season (4:24)
- What we’ve learned (7:34)
- We talk about our guests’ stories (9:54)
- Taylor talks about his challenges (14:19)
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About Unite Us
Unite Us is the nation’s leading software company bringing sectors together to improve the health and well-being of communities. We drive the collaboration to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health. Through Unite Us’ national network and software, community-based organizations, government agencies, and healthcare organizations are all connected to better collaborate to meet the needs of the individuals in their communities.