Category: Employee Engagement Tips for Managers

Manage Smarter 77: How Paying Attention Pays Off

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.

Manage Smarter 76: Core Values — The Road to Ruin or Success

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.

Manage Smarter 73: 7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact

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.

Manage Smarter 70: Increase Your Curiosity, Unlock Your Potential

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.

Manage Smarter 69: Accountability and Buy-In Without the Drama

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.

Manage Smarter 68: Social Wealth — How To Get It and Use It

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.

Manage Smarter 67: Getting Buy-In and "Ingagement"

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.

Is Your Sales Training Missing the Mark On Engagement?

Busi­ness lead­ers are get­ting the pic­ture. When they train their sales man­ag­er and reps, rev­enue ris­es

What to do about the Mad Hatter in Your Organization

The Hat­ter in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adven­tures in Won­der­land is some­times called the Mad Hat­ter. Do you know why? And do you know why hav­ing an employ­ee who behaves like a Mad Hat­ter in your orga­ni­za­tion is a man­age­r­i­al call-to-action?

How to Delegate Tasks to Increase Productivity and Employee Engagement

Are you a super­hero? If you own a small or medi­um-size busi­ness, you should be ask­ing your­self that ques­tion.

Use Cybersecurity To Strengthen Your Culture

Hack­ers aren’t inter­est­ed in my lit­tle busi­ness.” If that’s the stan­dard line you use when a secu­ri­ty con­sul­tant pitch­es you on their ser­vices, you’re mak­ing a mis­take.

Manage Smarter 59: Overcommunication is Impossible!

Lee Cara­her is the best-sell­ing author of two books titled The Boomerang Principle–Inspire Life­time Loy­al­ty from Your Employ­ees and Mil­len­ni­als & Man­age­ment. She's also the CEO of Dou­ble Forte, a nation­al PR/Communications agency head­quar­tered in San Fran­cis­co and New York. In this episode, we dis­cuss: how your career can suf­fer from poor com­mu­ni­ca­tion; man­ag­ing to hold teams account­able for infor­ma­tion they receive; and man­ag­ing how you talk to mil­len­ni­al work­ers.

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