A Great Place To Work
Leading2Engage: Building an “inspirational” workplace!
Organizations throughout the globe have invested millions of dollars in “employee & customer engagement” or to be honest – the measurement of engagement. Enough already! Stop just surveying people and let’s build inspirational places to buy from and work in. The latest TCO research suggests a process that the great organizations of tomorrow are using today -- Leading2Engage. Organizations are boldly launching a new promise for all members – employees, managers, leaders and customers. Join us...
East Meets West - Global Leadership Challenges
Today’s multi-national organizations are a dynamic collage of east meets west. What are the most critical challenges that face leaders of these global organizations? How do we capitalize on the strengths of both eastern and western thought to achieve our mutual goals? Join us this week on as we explore some of the east-west cultural dynamics that both challenge us and makes us better.
Change is the New Normal
Raise your hand if you love change! No matter if you do or don’t, change just shows up anyway, invited or not. And we all get to deal with it. Change has become the new normal – so why are we still struggling to manage it? Join us this week as together with Management Consultant, Anil Saxena, as we delve into some new and more effective ways to lead change.
Encore Presentation: Making a Movement
Organizations tend to obsess about the what and the how to drive change, but the most important question is the why. We have to attract people to change and that can only be done by emphasizing the why – the purpose. Join us this week along with our guest, Adam Roth, President and Chief Operating Officer of Roth Staffing as we focus on the best strategies for making a movement.
Leader Confidence, A Two-Sided Issue
Leaders want to earn the confidence of those they lead. Confidence in leadership is essential in engaging people’s “hearts and minds.” But sometimes we underestimate how important it is for people to feel that same sense of confidence from their leader. Join us this week for A Great Place to Work, with guest host Adam Roth, President and Chief Operating Officer of Roth Staffing, as we explore the two-sidedness of leader confidence.
No Results? What Do I Do Now?
It’s a leadership dilemma we have all faced. We have aligned our culture and championed our values, but the individual’s results aren’t there. How long should you wait? Do you still believe in the person? Does he still believe in himself/herself? How should you communicate to the person and to senior management? Don’t miss us this week as our regular guest host, Adam Roth, President and Chief Operating Office of Roth Staffing shares his sage and highly practical advice.
Will You Help Me?
What amazing power those four words have to transform our workplaces and our lives. They are a symbol of strength - not weakness. Looking for a way to acknowledge people’s talent, recognize their contributions and help them grow? Join us this week as we explore one of the most effective ways we know to connect with people: asking for help.
First, put on your oxygen mask . . .
We’ve all been there: on an airplane, fastening our seat belt, and half-listening to the safety message: In the case of an emergency, put you own oxygen mask on first, before helping others. Would it surprise you to find out that this is also an important rule for workplace success? Join us this week on A Great Place to Work, as we apply this rule to a great workplace.
Being Odd in an Even World
Know someone who is a bit eccentric? Not cut from the “normal mold?” Are you one? Congratulations! Being a bit odd is “in.” Odd-ites don’t get distracted by what other people think! Join us this week to find the “cool” in “odd.”
Why We Love Work
Having interviewed thousands of employees, we have identified why people love their work. Tune in this week to A Great Place to Work and hear from those who really love what they do everyday. It’s sure to be inspiring!
I’m mad as hell and not going to take it anymore!
Anger, is it toxic or can it be beneficial? Whether you “stuff it” or explode, it’s inescapable. Join us this week to “get a grip” on anger in the workplace.
Best Friends at Work…
In our book First Break all the Rules, we found that having a best friend at work is key to being engaged. That was 1999, is it still true today? Tune in this week as we talk about this very controversial topic.
The Art of Brown-Nosing
We see it everyday, but we never admit to doing it. Recognizing someone is a good thing, but when it becomes self-serving, manipulative and inauthentic, many consequences arise. Join us this week as we focus on succeeding in a healthy way, even when others use shortcuts.
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More informationA person’s work and connection to their workplace is a core component of their life satisfaction and self-worth. We spend the majority of our waking hours at work and these experiences either add value or drain energy from our lives and our families. Our program is for everyone who works, leads, manages or volunteers and is looking to get more joy and success from their work life.
We’ll focus on real people and their stories across the various roles they play from leaders, managers, sales professionals and team members. How do the most successful people forge the personal and professional connections that make work both fun and engaging for themselves and their team members? Our mission is to help you take ownership in shaping the culture you care about from work, to home, to community.