Ian Fuhr (Sorbet) launches 'Hatch Institute' to coach and mentor entrepreneurs
Sorbet founder Ian Fuhr has launched the “Hatch Institute” to coach businesspeople and entrepreneurs about the importance of “organisational culture” and to improve the vital soft skills needed to run a successful business.
Fuhr says that all success in business starts when a company puts culture first.
He calls the Hatch Institute the “culmination of my entire career as an entrepreneur”.
Trending, right now, on The Money Show:
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Fuhr.
Cultureneering is about trying to create a strong culture and diverse workforce that lays the platform for good customer service… Culture is the bottom line…Ian Fuhr, founder - Hatch Institute
The purpose of work is to serve people…Ian Fuhr, founder - Hatch Institute
There’s more to leadership now than there ever has been before… You have to be able to get people to change their views…Ian Fuhr, founder - Hatch Institute
Racial polarisation is one of the biggest challenges we have… We cannot build strong cultures in a racially polarised society…Ian Fuhr, founder - Hatch Institute
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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