As a leader, you probably encourage your team to form authentic relationships with prospects and clients. But, do you take your own advice when it comes to your relationship with team members?
Category: Employee Engagement Tips for Managers
The toxicity of the workplace is a hot topic these days. In our current economic climate, employees don’t have to put up with a bad workplace environment.
Dr. Randy Ross is founder and CEO (Chief Enthusiasm Officer) of Remarkable! A master of cultural transformation, Dr. Ross has a unique understanding of employee engagement and offers practical solutions for increasing both team morale and performance. In this episode, we discuss: 4 Key Principles to Cultivating Better Relationships; building healthy environments to get more productivity out of your team; harnessing humility as a leader; and professional relationship health as an indicator of your personal relationships.
We all like to think that our employee recognition programs support our positive work environments. Is that happening at your company?
Neen James — a leadership, female, keynote speaker — teaches companies how to increase profits by paying attention to what matters most. She joins us from Australia for this episode to discuss: how paying attention drives profitability, productivity and accountability; how to “Listen With Your Eyes” – What it is and why you should do it; and tips and strategies for getting your team to pay better attention to your leadership.
Scott McGohan is the CEO of McGohan Brabender, an employee benefits consulting firm. In this episode, we discuss: 5 points of core values to consider; making your company leadership match your core values; how hypocrisy in company operations vs. core values alienates employees; the definition of Self-Worth; and leadership driven by core values rather than profits/wealth.
Michelle Tillis Lederman is named by Forbes as one of the 25 Professional Networking Experts to Watch and author of "The Connector's Advantage: 7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact." In this episode, we discuss: How to be a relationship-driven leader; the 7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact; the difference between connecting and networking; and how to build strong work relationships and what's the ROI.
Dr. Diane Hamilton is a nationally syndicated radio show host. She is the author of multiple books including It’s Not Your It’s Your Personality, and her forthcoming book is titled, Cracking the Curiosity Code: The Key to Unlocking Human Potential. In this episode, we discuss: How curiosity and lack of it is holding your career advancement back; why we lose curiosity as we age; the four things that hold us back from being more curious.
Accountability: How do you get it from your people and how can you actually transfer the responsibility for it onto your teams and make them WANT to give it to you? Cy Wakeman is a drama researcher, global thought-leader, and New York Times best-selling author who is recognized for cultivating a counter-intuitive, reality-based approach to leadership.
Jason Treu is an executive coach who helps executives, managers, and employees to maximize their leadership and management potential. In this episode, we discuss: the concept of social wealth; vulnerability is the lever to build trust super fast among team members; the keys to making your business networking much more effective; what kind of questions to ask to make your team bond into a high-performance team.
Evan Hackel is The CEO of Tortal Training and Ingage Consulting, Author and Speaker. In this episode, we discuss: Definition of Ingagement vs. Engagement; how ownership buy-in employees act differently; taking the next step to survey employees and draw in everyone to find solutions; and creating better information flow throughout complex organizations to gain buy-in.
Business leaders are getting the picture. When they train their sales manager and reps, revenue rises