Employee engagement, customer experience and more from two business coaches. Mike and Mark turn business trends, research and theory into practical actions you can apply at work.
What are the three ways to create a climate for change? (1 of 3)
Ever felt like you knew the change you wanted to have but couldn't get your team on board? Mike and Mark discuss Dr. John Kotter's eight steps for implementing change. This week: three steps to create a climate for change. Dr. Kotter's book: "Leading Change"Our episode on the change formula: "But how do you actually make changes?"Email Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike (email@example.com) to ask questions for future podcasts on change.
What if Amazon entered your market?
(It probably already has!) Mike and Mark imagine how our listeners could beat Amazon at their own game by applying some of the pioneering company's Leadership Principles against them. Did you know there are many parallels to the Christian church? And that Mark did not know his youngest kid had wandered into the recording studio? For help in disrupting yourself, contact Mike (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mark (email@example.com).
But how do you actually make changes?
Mike and Mark discuss the hard work of actually seeing your new awareness turn into tangible action. Meet the Change Formula.We challenge our listeners (both of you!) to send us your change formulas. It can be part of your First Steps. firstname.lastname@example.org@hipsocket.net
How do you coach?
Mike and Mark tackle three areas to think through as you try to help someone gain awareness and take action. (That's coaching.) The YouTube version has a visual joke; sadly, the audio-only version is visual joke-free. How can we help? Mike is at email@example.com. Mark is at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have time management habits? Part 3
Mike and Mark conclude their three-episode series on time management with some tips on taking an inventory of your time, how to use that inventory to plan your week and a deep thought from Moses. For more time management help, contact Mike at email@example.com and Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have time management habits? Part 2
Last time Mike and Mark discussed how to spend your time on the most important things ... but how do you determine those most important things? Tune in to hear why priorities should not be plural, what our other fan wants to hear more about and what prompted Mark to use a vulgar expression.
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