What began as a movement at TCC, with 3,000 employees and 800 wireless retail locations across the United States, to do good by including employees and customers has grown into its own company to teach others to build their own Culture of Good.
Four years and millions of donated items, volunteer hours and dollars later, TCC employees are bringing their souls to work every single day. They make an impact beyond the four walls of their stores. They do more than serve their customers. They want to serve the communities in which TCC conducts business.
Under Ryan’s guidance through TCC’s Culture of Good, which enables others to do good in their communities for the value of the investment rather than the return on investment, TCC donated $1 million to Riley Hospital for Children; provided 250,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children; gave away supply packs to 5,000 teachers; and contributed $100,000 in grants to organizations focused on improving the environment. Now Ryan wants to help other organizations engage the hearts of their employees and customers to be passionate about making the changes they wish to see in the world.
Ryan created Culture of Good, Inc. to inspire other businesses to create truly altruistic programs that make the world a better place. Tune in to today's interview with Ryan and found out how your business can impact your employees and their communities in remarkable ways.Support An Indianapolis Business Podcast: Off the Circle
- Culture of Good — If you are ready to make the world a better place to live and your company a better place to work, then you have come to the right people. Build a cultural movement that inspires employees, ignites positive changes in the world and impacts their bottom lines. When building a Culture of Good, companies connect their performance to a higher purpose.
- Culture of Good - Book — Scott Moorehead and Ryan McCarty also share very personal stories about how their own backgrounds and histories shaped their journey and how their passion is to inspire every other company out there to seek out its soul by building a Culture of Good of its own.