Women at WIRC · How to Cultivate a Transparent, Empathetic Culture with Tanya Donahue
Welcome back to Women at WIRC, a podcast for and about the women of remodeling and construction, brought to you by Pro Remodeler and Pro Builder magazines.
Our guest today, Tanya Donahue, owner and president at RI K+Bath, this isn’t the first storm she’s weathered. We’ll hear how she’s moved beyond the buzzword and actually implemented transparency while creating a winning company culture to survive through tough times. Here is a link to more information about Rhode Island Kitchen & Bath.
Women at WIRC is now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and anywhere else you get your audio.
Our next episode will feature another female professional who is making some serious moves in her industry. Until then, follow us on social, and keep on WIRCing.
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