1. Geoff Hager - Big Elk Energy Systems

59 minutes

Geoff Hager is CEO of Big Elk Energy Systems, a manufacturing company he founded with the goal of bringing the best possible talent and service to the energy industry.

Join Geoff as he sits down with the “How That Happened” podcast to explore his career path and his emphasis on workplace culture and relationships. The show’s host, Robert Wagner, also speaks to Geoff about Big Elk’s resilience during past economic downturns, as well as the evolution and future of the energy industry.

Listen to this episode to hear inspiring stories of leadership that will help you face uncertainty in your business.

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