56 min

How to Transform Your Workplace Culture, Boost Morale & Respect with Jason Greer Culture Leaders: The Masters Behind Movements

    • Business

Join us in this episode of Culture Leaders Podcast as we delve into the world of Jason Greer, a diversity and labor relations expert. From a career that chose him, Jason has risen to become a beacon of positive change in workplaces. He shares his story of connecting with diverse individuals and influencing organizations for the better.
As a consultant and "employee whisperer," Jason's gift lies in uncovering commonalities across different strata of an organization. His insights into labor relations and corporate culture challenge conventional approaches and highlight the necessity of genuine respect and recognition in motivating employees.
In this engaging conversation, Jason explores the evolving dynamics of the modern workplace and the impact of societal changes on organizational behavior. He also discusses the critical role of leaders in bridging gaps and creating an environment where every employee feels valued and heard.
 
Segmented Timestamps:
[00:00] Introduction & Jason's Background
[01:49] Core Motivations
[11:33] Commonalities in Organizations 
[24:44] Current Workplace Trends
[29:36] Labor Unions and Fiscal Sustainability
[43:49] Systemic Challenges in America
 
Notable Quotes:
 
"Life. And when I say what is my why, when I answer it with life, it's I've been fortunate to see so many people from so many different walks of life." - Jason Greer (00:23.512)​
 
"People will work for money, but they'll die for respect and they'll die for recognition." - Jason Greer (01:49.604)
 
"It's very difficult for the employee who's only making 30 or $40,000 a year to believe that CEO has any issues in common with the issues that you have." - Jason Greer (11:33.232)​
 
"I want to know that I matter and You can tell me that I matter but I want to see you demonstrate it." - Jason Greer (02:32.972)
 
America, we have to do almost a great reset." - Jason Greer on systemic issues (29:56.56)

USEFUL LINKS
 
Reach Jason at:
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jasongreer-laborrelationsexpert
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason.greer/
Website: www.hiregci.com 
 
GET MORE FROM THE CULTURE LEADERS PODCAST
Connect with Us on Social Media:
https://www.instagram.com/jess_kriegel/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicakriegel 
https://www.linkedin.com/company/culturepartners/
Visit Our Website:
https://www.jessicakriegel.com/
https://culturepartners.com/
Enjoyed the episode? We'd love to hear your thoughts! Please rate / review on Apple.

Join us in this episode of Culture Leaders Podcast as we delve into the world of Jason Greer, a diversity and labor relations expert. From a career that chose him, Jason has risen to become a beacon of positive change in workplaces. He shares his story of connecting with diverse individuals and influencing organizations for the better.
As a consultant and "employee whisperer," Jason's gift lies in uncovering commonalities across different strata of an organization. His insights into labor relations and corporate culture challenge conventional approaches and highlight the necessity of genuine respect and recognition in motivating employees.
In this engaging conversation, Jason explores the evolving dynamics of the modern workplace and the impact of societal changes on organizational behavior. He also discusses the critical role of leaders in bridging gaps and creating an environment where every employee feels valued and heard.
 
Segmented Timestamps:
[00:00] Introduction & Jason's Background
[01:49] Core Motivations
[11:33] Commonalities in Organizations 
[24:44] Current Workplace Trends
[29:36] Labor Unions and Fiscal Sustainability
[43:49] Systemic Challenges in America
 
Notable Quotes:
 
"Life. And when I say what is my why, when I answer it with life, it's I've been fortunate to see so many people from so many different walks of life." - Jason Greer (00:23.512)​
 
"People will work for money, but they'll die for respect and they'll die for recognition." - Jason Greer (01:49.604)
 
"It's very difficult for the employee who's only making 30 or $40,000 a year to believe that CEO has any issues in common with the issues that you have." - Jason Greer (11:33.232)​
 
"I want to know that I matter and You can tell me that I matter but I want to see you demonstrate it." - Jason Greer (02:32.972)
 
America, we have to do almost a great reset." - Jason Greer on systemic issues (29:56.56)

USEFUL LINKS
 
Reach Jason at:
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jasongreer-laborrelationsexpert
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason.greer/
Website: www.hiregci.com 
 
GET MORE FROM THE CULTURE LEADERS PODCAST
Connect with Us on Social Media:
https://www.instagram.com/jess_kriegel/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicakriegel 
https://www.linkedin.com/company/culturepartners/
Visit Our Website:
https://www.jessicakriegel.com/
https://culturepartners.com/
Enjoyed the episode? We'd love to hear your thoughts! Please rate / review on Apple.

56 min

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