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Podcast Interview with Ronald Cooper

In this episode, we have Ron Cooper, from the Cooper Culture.

Ron shares his experiences and insights from his 22 years in the Air Force and subsequent time in the aerospace industry to discuss how military discipline and work ethic can be leveraged to transform organizations.

He emphasizes the importance of being intentional, developing trust, and fostering effective communication within teams to create high-performing work cultures.

Ron also touches on the significance of understanding personality types and leadership principles to boost personnel retention and profit.

Furthermore, he offers advice on quality thinking, productivity, and the Pareto principle alongside providing tips for entrepreneurs and business owners on assessing their strategies and focusing on personal growth.

The conversation encapsulates Ron's mission to aid organizations and individuals in achieving their full potential through cultural transformation and leadership.

Website: www.thecooperculture.com

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Ronald Cooper Teaser 00:00

So with the military discipline that I had and thoroughly enjoyed the time I had in the military, I want to leverage that work ethic to help other organizations develop being intentional and to develop the work ethic that is required to affect whatever transformation a business owner might want to make.

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Intro 00:21

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Gresham Harkless 00:49

Hello, hello, hello. This is Gresh from the I Am CEO podcast and I have a very special guest on the show today. I have Ron Cooper of the Cooper Culture. What I wanted to do was just read a little bit more about Ron so you can learn a little bit more about all the awesome things that he's doing and has accomplished.

Ron helps for profit businesses and non for profit associations. Develop and sustain a high-performing work culture in which people trust each other and communicate effectively. They do this through personality insights in teaching and implementing leadership principles. Ron, are you ready to speak to the I Am CEO community?

Ronald Cooper 01:23

I certainly am Gresh. Let's go for it.

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