In this episode, Jason talks about 5 ways that managers can build trust with their teams. He also talks about a framework that will help build better relationships.
This week, on Lead Smarter Not Harder - We get back to the fundamentals with Dr. Todd Dewett. Todd talks about the managers' role in employee onboarding and a few ways managers can create authentic relationships. He also breaks down why managers need to build a sense of ownership across their teams.
This week, Justin Eggar, CEO of Quantum Assurance International, joins the show to talk about risk and failure. Justin brings his perspective to taking risks and talks about how managers can benefit by getting comfortable with failure.
On this podcast, Kellen Casebeer and Braedon Leslie from LEON join the show to talk about stress. We compare good stress to bad stress and how it impacts a team. We also talk about how managers can control stress and keep their teams from burning out.
This week, Sean Johnson joins the show and provides a few tips for managers to successfully integrate virtual collaboration tools with their teams. Sean talks about leading and working in a 100% remote environment while providing insight on keeping an audience captivated. He also talks about an easy way to create psychological safety in your virtual meetings.
This week, a breakdown of 3 milestones that lead people to look for new jobs and how managers can plan for them.
Check out the rest of the conversation with Adam Vassar on breaking down the four factors of employee disengagement: 1.) Poor Job Fit 2.) Poor Manager Fit 3.) Poor Team Fit and 4.) Poor Organization Fit. In this episode, we discuss poor team and organizational fit.
Listen in on a conversation with Adam Vassar on breaking down the four factors of employee disengagement: 1.) Poor Job Fit 2.) Poor Manager Fit 3.) Poor Team Fit and 4.) Poor Organization Fit. In this episode, we discuss poor job and team fit. Check back next week for the final half of the conversation with Adam.
As people leaders, it can be hard to build trust with your employees. When you’re leading a new team, it can be especially difficult. Over the past year, leaders have experienced a tremendous amount of team turnover. According to Josh Bersin, 40% of Americans changed jobs, roles, or managers in the past year. As you can see, there is an unprecedented level of change at the people level within our organizations and teams.