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5. How To Build a Trillion Dollar Culture

by | Apr 27, 2020 | 6 comments

5. How To Build a Trillion Dollar Culture

 
 
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Do you know how to build a trillion dollar culture?

That’s what Scotty Schindler did.

Scotty was the start up founder of a Real Estate Software business called ReNet. Scotty retired from ReNet in 2017 at the tender age of 46. At the time of his retirement, ReNet managed over 1.1 trillion dollars of property.

Scotty’s journey has been described as the quintessential Australian success story.

His business and leadership education were learnt on the job, and he was willing to try new things and didn’t follow the norms. Scotty did things his way, and as he said, he failed a few times and things weren’t always perfect. But through pure grit, determination and focus, he built a great culture, a great team, and he developed as a great leader.

And all these things combined, helped create a hugely successful business.

Dive in and learn how to build a trillion dollar culture, as well as some of the ‘Scottyisms’ which created the foundation for his business success.

A Trillion Dollar Culture - Scotty Schindler

 

If you have any questions for Brendan around this episode or generally around culture, leadership or teamwork, feel free to contact him here.

Are you frustrated by politics and confusion in your workplace, is there low morale and productivity, or is your business experiencing unwanted turnover and hiring costs? Call me on +61 417 191 409 or email me at brendan@brendanrogers.com.au, and let's have a chat!

6 Comments

  1. Scotty

    Thanks mate.

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    • Brendan Rogers

      My pleasure mate. It’s a great, content filled episode.

      Reply
  2. Sonya Cavanough

    I enjoyed this chat. Love Scotty’s “style” of leadership and when he stated that if you are the smartest person in your team then you’re not a true leader as leaders develop those around them. I often feel like I’m much less experienced and qualified than some of my team members but at the same time I like that feeling and I like that I can watch them flourish and do better even than myself.

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    • Brendan Rogers

      Thank you for the feedback Sonya. Great takeaway from the chat with Scotty.

      Reply
  3. Mark Giles

    I am finally getting through the podcasts and although all have been great so far (I think I am up to 7) this one by Scott Schindler had me hooked. Great stuff Brendan.

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    • Brendan Rogers

      Thank you Mark. Appreciate you taking the time to listen and for providing feedback. Make sure you connect with Scotty on LinkedIn – he’s an awesome dude!

      Reply

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