hristina Unrein is Founder of Possibility Lab and she is a Clarity & Happiness Coach for Achievement-Driven Leaders, Business Owners & Teams creating personal and business solutions that focus on mindset, happiness, and resiliency. In this episode, we discuss: the definition of happiness, what warning signs mean an employee will never be happy in your organization, and specific steps to change your mindset to be more fulfilled at work.
Whether you’re managing a sales team or a development team, you may feel like there are times when you’re speaking the wrong language.
Everyone has praised your idea. Nobody has suggested any improvements. Either you are the most amazing product development manager ever, or your team members are afraid to tell you the truth.
For more than 25 years, the last 15 with his own firm Broadway Advisors, Tom Paccioretti has been a turnaround consultant and crisis manager helping financially troubled companies and their stakeholders. His more than fifty clients included Barneys New York, CalFruit Eagle, Trend Technologies, Z Gallerie and EZ Lube. In episode 52, we discuss: managing up and down in crisis and turnaround situations, managing cash conversion cycles during crisis/turnaround scenarios, making senior leadership walk the customer experience for turnaround discovery.
On every team, there are high performers. Then, you’ve got employees who always have an excuse, instead of a completed blog post or piece of code. If you’re like a lot of managers, you’re tempted to give your high performers more work.
Dr. Joey Faucette is a best-selling author and consultant with an expertise in positive work cultures and management. In this episode, Audrey, Lee and Joey discuss: why positivity creates better productivity; creating an environment where as you age, you can crave lifelong learning; and ideas for better worker appreciation/gratitude programs.
Carter Cast has uncovered the key reasons that good people - talented, motivated, got-game people - run into trouble when they move from contributing to managerial roles. This is fascinating research, especially in the context of a sales organization where so many great reps fail to make the leap to successful managers.