E21 The Future of Trust Building with Brian Mohr
In this episode of The Future of Work: Water Cooler Conversations, Jen and Kyle are joined by Brian Mohr, the co-founder of anthym. Brian shares how his early business experiences including being one of the first employees at jobing.com shaped his belief around what makes a high performing team. He shared the two types of trust he has observed people on teams have and how to increase levels of trust within an organization.
He also shared updates on his latest venture, anthym. A unique trust building platform for teams to connect and share lived experiences through music. Brian believes meaningful team building activities for teams will be vital to the success of organizations as we move forward.
Anyone who is a part of a team, a manager or in a leadership role should listen to this jam packed episode. Brian discusses what he has seen teams and organizations do well and not so well. He also breaks down the two types of trust within a team and the role they both play. This is a thought provoking episode as we explore how to replace the organic “water cooler” moments that used to happen organically in the office with more intentional and trust building activities to ensure trust remains as we are not physically together each day.
anthym is a social wellness company focused on helping organizations unleash the relationship capital amongst their teams to create more value for their entire stakeholder ecosystem. They do this by helping each team member reflect on and catalog important moments from their lives and then bring the experience to life through an interactive virtual story sharing workshop.
Brian Mohr’s career is a learning-based journey with an intense focus on people, purpose, values, culture, and leadership while advocating capitalism as a powerful force for good.
Brian has had amazing career experiences at Jobing.com, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Y Scouts and Conscious Capitalism Arizona. Today, Brian is channeling his experiences and energy towards unlocking the power of authentic human connection through his new startup, anthym, a social wellness company focused on helping culture-driven organizations create and nurture meaningful relationships amongst their people to create more value, both for the business and the people.
Brian is on the national Board of Directors of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., he is a Board member and President, Emeritus of the Arizona Chapter of Conscious Capitalism, a member of the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau of the Pacific Southwest, a member of the Advisory Board of the Crumb Foundation, and the co-author of “Hiring on Purpose – How the Y Scouts Method is Revolutionizing the Search for Leaders”.
Brian’s most important and cherished responsibilities are being the lucky father to his 2 daughters, Taylor and Riley, and the proud husband to his wife, Jackie. In his spare time, you’ll find Brian practicing guitar and enjoying an occasional game of Texas Hold ‘Em Poker.