Our new website ... will help us serve our audience better -- we'll take their cues about topics to discuss and perspectives to consider.
SEATTLE, WA (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
The Boss Show, a podcast offering “workplace wisdom with heart and humor,” has a dynamic new website for the first time since the show launched three years ago.
Designed by Seattle’s Design Hovie Studios, the new Boss Show site features a state-of-the-art design and interactive interfaces on every page, allowing for more fan engagement.
Boss Show co-hosts Jim Hessler (“The Business Guy”) and Steve Motenko (“The Psychology Guy”) created the weekly podcast three years ago to offer “anyone who is or has a boss” their sometimes quirky but always insightful perspectives on a variety of workplace topics. The Boss Show is not a typical “leadership” podcast; it’s about surviving, even thriving, in the workplace, whatever your level.
“Work is a microcosm of life,” said Motenko. “Since we spend nearly half of our waking hours there, it makes sense to make our experience at work as satisfying as it can be.” This, he said, is the purpose of The Boss Show.
"Our new website allows for much greater interaction with our fans and followers," he said. "This will help us serve our audience better -- we'll take their cues about topics to discuss and perspectives to consider."
The podcast addresses a different topic of the workplace experience each week. The co-hosts often engage in lighthearted, slightly irreverent banter, both between themselves and with their high-profile guests.
For more information on The Boss Show: http://www.TheBossShow.com