Kris Boesch

About Kris Boesch

Kris Boesch is the CEO and Founder of Choose People, a company that transforms company cultures, increases employee happiness and boosts the bottom-line. The Choose People 360° Culture Audit is based on over 1000 hours of research Boesch conducted with the Industrial Organizational Psychology Department at Colorado State University. She is also the author of Culture Works: How to Create Happiness in the Workplace. Prior to Choose People, Boesch was the CEO of Exodus Moving & Storage. Under her leadership Exodus became the largest mover in Northern Colorado with a turnover rate nearly 40% less than the industry average and a bottom line twice that same average. Kris is also a proud mother, dancing diva and dog lover.

Empowering Fridays at 3:00: How to Have Effective Team Meetings

If your team works a traditional schedule, the last two hours of the work week are often a waste, but they don’t have to be. You can hold effective, weekly team meetings on Friday afternoons by celebrating wins, evaluating opportunities and setting everyone up for success the following week.  Even though mindsets have shifted towards the weekend, p Read more >

No, really, thank YOU

No really – I want you to get this.  It’s because of people like you – people who really care – that this work is so rewarding.

As someone who is committed to creating an extraordinary workplace culture, YOU make the difference – for yourself and for your team.  Your commitment ripples out into the community impacting all the l Read more >

Choose People is Hiring! (And, how to create a great job posting to attract the right candidates.)

It’s time for Choose People to scale and we are creating our dream team.

Please pass the below opportunity on to anyone you know who would be a great fit and let them know to send their info promptly to [email protected] as we’re looking to make a decision soon.

As far as a Culture Tip – we often Read more >

Co-Complaining to Co-Creating Contagious Joy

Have you ever noticed how common it is to bond with others by complaining?

Have you ever noticed how questions like, “How ya doin’?” or “How have you been?” often come with a concerned look?  As if seeking what’s wrong. Seeking what’s not working.

Or how strangers or co-workers will complain about the weather?  Or how tired they are?  Or how Read more >

Forgive AND Forget

I’ve spoken about the power of genuinely owning and apologizing for one’s behavior, lack of accountability, etc. – especially if you’re in a leadership and management role – and then specifically outlining how it won’t happen again.  This inspires your team to not only forgive, but also to rise up to support creating different results.  Once the “b Read more >

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