Jun 6, 2018
Tana Greene is CEO of the
Greene Group, parent company of three national staffing companies
disrupting labor, transportation and logistics: My Work Choice, for
warehouse and light industrial workers; Road Dog Team, for truck
drivers and crew workers; and Blue Bloodhound, a
technology application company matching pay-by-the-run and
long-haul commercial drivers with motor carriers. The Greene
Group has won several awards, including recognition as one of the
Top 50 Women-Owned Businesses in the United States by Forbes
Magazine and the Best Place to Work by Staffing Industry
Analysts. Tana is a board member of Safe Alliance and the
Employers Association. She is the author of 'Creating A World of
Difference,' a memoir and book of inspiration on the importance of
values and vision in business and in life.
This episode is perfect for
anyone interested in entrepreneurship, business disruption, a story
of personal resilience, and transitioning from success to
IN THIS EPISODE
- Tana explains My Work Choice and the
benefits it offers.
discusses the biggest concerns of employees and
clients, managing change and how to build community
specific to a client.
- She defines the problem that My Work Choice is
- She identifies who she is disrupting in the staffing market
and what possibilities she sees for her
business down the road.
- Tana explains Road Dog Drivers and Blue
Bloodhound, the challenge of bringing efficiency to a
market, and creating a nationwide play.
- She addresses how she sees
herself and her purpose.
- She discusses where the staffing and
transportation industries are going and the
importance of 'the last mile.'
- She answers whether electric vehicles and
driverless trucks threaten her transportation
- Tana reflects on growing up in Chesapeake, Virginia
and what her parents taught her.
- She talks about what prompted
leadership in her at a young age.
- She shares what happened in a first marriage
and what she did next.
- She identifies the four goals that changed her
life and what is on her vision board now.
- Tana explains how she got into the staffing
business and a key business and life decision she and her
husband had to make.
- She shares how and why she transitioned
into organizational leadership.
- She reflects on when something felt missing, 'the big lie,'
and a leadership turning point.
- She address what these words mean to her:
'gut instinct,' 'you better believe it,' 'never settle,' and 'dare
to be different.'
- Tana explains the meaning of 'creating a world of
plus Mark's Personal Word Essay: 'Finding a Better Way'
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