After learning the hard way, we were prepared when we brought our new puppy, Harvey, home. It is the same for business.
What are your top 5 motivations? Do you know? What are the top 5 motivations of those you lead, or guide? How do you lead them without knowing their motivations?
If you want to raise your bottom line, get your employees fully engaged. In order to do that, you really need to understand your employees. AboutMeCard.com can help!
We need to break from our habits because there is no growth without change. The lyrics from “Ants are Marching” from the Dave Matthews band also talks about this very same thing, which I call the “theory of same”.
The Servant Leadership movement helps change people’s lives for the better. There is an upcoming event which is absolutely free on Feb. 21st at The Marq in DePere from 3 to 5. The speaker is Mitch Weckop, the CEO of Skyline Technologies, who will speak on “How, do I make a difference”. He will be talking about employee engagement, which is what Servant Leadership is all about.
Great Companies meet the legitimate needs and the emotional needs of their associates. When we meet these needs, when we give our employees credit, the common pains of business improve! You can learn how to do this! Start your journey by attending the Servant Leadership Summit on January 31st.
The speakers will be Gail McNutt, CEO of the area Girl Scouts, and Tom Thibodeau, the director Master’s Degree in Servant Leadership at Viterbo University. Do you give and receive the credit you deserve?
Relationships, either at home or at work, which are relating to leadership. A good rule to follow is to give them what they need and they will give you what you need.
We all want to get credit for what we do. We feel like everyone should know what we do! How do we accomplish this? You need to come up with a strategy and be able to express it in 60 minutes or less.
While I was working on a cruise ship, a woman complained that she had a view of the parking lot instead of an ocean view…. As a leader, what do people see when they look through your “Porthole”, a parking lot or an ocean view?