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Strategies to Keep Employees Engaged Throughout the Great Resignation

The great resignation is upon us. Workers are leaving their jobs in droves as they retool and seek lives full of passion. Leaders are left wondering what went wrong, and they can retain their employees. So what does a leader do in times like this?

On today’s podcast, we interview Raj Subrameyer, tech career strategist, and author of, Skyrocket Your Career. Raj breaks it down and offers four solutions that provide the key to keeping employees engaged. All of them are based on transparency and clear expectations.

Make Memorable Team Events using Experience Design

Make Memorable Team Events using Experience Design

As team leaders, business owners and managers, we have a new responsibility when we bring our employees together and that’s to make those gatherings effective, memorable, and frankly, worth the effort to drag our team members from their homes to the office. Yet there aren’t any resources on how to create those gatherings until now.

On today’s podcast, we interviewed a returning guest, Carolene MĂ©li, an Experience Strategist, who has created a tool to help anyone design a gathering that your employees will never stop talking about. The tool that will help leaders Bring Back the Buzz.

How to Create Culture Change in Your Company

Only 15% of companies that try to make a culture change are successful. Yet culture, according to Satya Nadella at Microsoft, is the biggest predictor of future success. The main reason that culture change rarely ever works is because it’s really, really hard to change. That’s why if you’re trying to change your culture, you’ll want to read Kevin Oakes’ book, “Culture Renovation: 18 Leadership Actions to Build an Unshakable Company.”

6 Practices for Leading a Remote Team

When it comes to gainful employment, it’s a buyers market. Power has shifted to employees and now companies require the best from their leaders to create the conditions for high engagement.
In today’s episode, we interview Scott Miller, leadership expert and podcast host of FranklinCovey on Leadership with over 7 million downloads per week, and author of Wallstreet Journal Bestseller book, Everyone Deserves a Great Manager.
You’re going to learn why people quit their jobs, what they are focusing on more in the post-pandemic environment, and the six critical practices for leading a team from anywhere.

Remote Work Trends: A New Location to Team Anywhere

Currently, you can drive to the local coffee shop whenever you want and kind of get your work done. But the challenges you’ll face include noise, lack of equipment like printers and projectors, and no private meeting rooms. What if the coffee shop was set up to provide the ideal workspace that you could rent by the hour? The concept is called Val.

On today’s podcast, you’ll meet Mo Hamzian, CEO at VEL, a work cafe that merges the best of Starbucks and WeWork but with the price and flexibility that you need to Team Anywhere.

How to Build Trust in the Hybrid Workplace through Managing Change

In today’s episode, we speak with Ket Patel, a certified Change Management Master Practitioner who teaches us how to build trust in the hybrid workplace through managing change. When it comes to managing change, Ket walks us through two main areas of pain when it comes to leading a team from anywhere: the people side and the technology side.

How to Give Memorable Recognition to Employees on Your Hybrid Team with Dan Kasper, CEO of Wishlist EP 71

How to Give Memorable Recognition to Employees on Your Hybrid Team

What if you can measure team interactions and use that data to give memorable recognition and rewards to your hybrid team? What if you could build a culture that gives employees the one thing they’re begging for: consistent and authentic recognition?

On this week’s podcast, we interview Dan Kasper, CEO of Wishlist, an HR tech company that focuses on engagement and culture.

Wishlist is an app with both a marketplace and social media feed that allows employers and employees to give recognition and rewards that go beyond earning plaques and badges. Employees can choose personalized and memorable experiences as rewards that they earn through receiving workplace recognition.

How Diversity and Inclusion Work Improves Hybrid Teams

Diversity equity and inclusion (DEI) is a commitment. It’s a way of being and a way of leading. It’s a continual commitment to make it safer, have better conversations, deeper conversations and continually raise awareness of the different experiences all of us are having.

Today we interviewed Annemarie Shrouder, an expert on DEI shares with us how to make your organization more caring, more empathetic and more inclusive as you Team Anywhere.

What Psychological Safety looks like in a Hybrid Workplace

Safety? Empathy? Comedy? Yes, we’ve heard that to build engaged and thriving hybrid teams, we must have leaders that create psychological safety, demonstrate empathy, and yes, have a sense of humor. But how do you do it?

On today’s podcast, returning guest and author of The Human Edge, Greg Orme shares with us how it’s done so that you can build highly engaged teams, anywhere.

How a covenant of work will strengthen your hybrid team with Dr. Timothy Franz

How a Covenant of Work Will Strengthen Your Hybrid Team

What if every leader in your company created a contract or a covenant that stated their obligations to their team? What if every team created a covenant where they shared their obligations as a team with their manager?

Certainly the employee working 1000s of miles from the home base would feel more taken care of since he or she would know exactly what to expect from the leader. They would also have the ability to share with their leader just how the leader is doing.

On today’s podcast, you will learn how a workplace covenant will strengthen your hybrid team in a way that ensures mutual accountability and success between leaders and Team Anywhere.