Your Cultural Balance Sheet with Christy Pretzinger

Your Cultural Balance Sheet with Christy Pretzinger

This week’s theme: Cultural Balance Sheet

Creating an atmosphere or culture in which employees may thrive is critical not just for individual employee well-being and satisfaction, but also for the organization’s long-term success and growth. Companies can establish a culture that promotes personal development, diversity, and leading in kindness, resulting in higher productivity, innovation, and overall success.

From Fear to Fire: Secrets to Overcome Fear, Embrace your Gifts and Achieve Success

This is the place where real people share real challenges. Where you can find a common bond and uncommon wisdom through their stories. Use tips from the breakthroughs of others to jump start your success. Speaker, author, adventurer, and host Heather Hansen O’Neill takes you on the journey from fear to fire. Today we talk about building an environment where people can thrive by looking through the lens of a cultural balance sheet.

Christy Pretzinger

As the owner and CEO of WriterGirl, Christy Pretzinger transformed the landscape of healthcare content creation. She has built an industry-leading company that delivers superior content and strategy to healthcare brands across the country.

Christy has always been intentional about building her business based on a culture of kindness. That approach has proven to be good for people — and the bottom line. Her true passion is building an environment where people can thrive, and in turn, help the bottom line thrive as well.

She loves sharing her experience in building a business, and willingly shares her failures and successes to help other business owners break things in brand new ways.

Connect with Christy:

Website: Writer Girl

Social Media accounts:

Twitter: WriterGirlAssoc
LinkedIn: writergirl-&-associates
YouTube: @writergirlassociates

Quote of the Day:

“My inspiration tends to come from two words. The two most important words to a writer: What if?” Beth Revis


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