Do Less, Better: Find the right training
programs for the right people, and don’t focus on a mass quantity
of programs. Are managers and leaders reinforcing the trained
behaviors once everyone gets back to the job? Emphasize better
work, not more work.
Feedback: The ability to give useful feedback
is a skill all leaders need to learn and master. Sometimes those
critical conversations aren’t the easiest to have, but with
practice, you’ll be able to have them more comfortably. It’s not
always fun, but it’s what ultimately leads to...
Recognition or reward is best with a personal touch
from the leader. When quality work is recognized by a
leader, employees feel more validated and cared about. Make it a
priority to schedule time for personally rewarding your employees.
Simple acts of recognition and small unexpected rewards...
Leadership Development. Make sure your
leadership is aligned. If there is one thing that hinders growth,
it’s having leaders who are not on the same page. Cultural
alignment and clarity are essential throughout every tier of your
company - from the executive team to middle management.
Gut+Science explores employee engagement insights you can act on, from CEOs you can trust. Get ready for high energy interviews led by employee engagement evangelist Nikki Lewallen—ones that’ll have you rethinking what it means to build successful people-first cultures.