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EP 37: Positive Performance Management with Michele Haugh
Performance management should be about having regular, open and honest conversations. It is an opportunity to learn how someone is doing, assess how they might progress to the next level in the organization and figure out how to improve a specific skillset in order to meet goals. In other words, it doesn’t have to be negative. To help us discuss this topic and dive into how to keep performance management positive is Michele Haugh, Co-Founder of EarlyHR Solutions.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3BQb6xX
EP 36: Leadership and Accountability in an Era of Distractions with Cheryl Johnson
Leaders who struggle to hold their employees accountable and improve performance in their organization are generally too harsh, too lenient, or too disconnected. So how do we ensure our leaders are not only holding their staff accountable, but also themselves in this constantly changing, distraction-filled world? To help us answer this question today is Cheryl Johnson, Chief Human Resources Officer for Paylocity.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3ye1xqn
EP 35: Performance, Leadership and Accountability with Traci Scherck
Leaders within our organizations have the responsibility to hold their employees accountable for their own success. However, it is still up to the employees to decide whether they want to be successful or not. So, how do we motivate our employees to do outstanding work and meet their goals every time? In this episode, I am going to be sharing how to provide your staff with high-level support so that they feel prepared and ready to achieve any task set out for them.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3mxOPAB
EP 34: Creating Culture and Psychological Safety within Your Organization with Shelley Taylor
For organizations wanting to become more productive or successful, culture change is often the most challenging part of the transformation. A leader with authority can demand compliance, but they can’t dictate optimism, trust, or creativity—this must be earned. So how do we create great company culture within our organizations? Here to help us unpack this topic is Shelley Taylor, Executive Director of Consortium for Educational Change and a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT).
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3CYzoXX
EP 33: Building Accountability to Achieve Results with Kelly Renz
We know that leadership is a process in which an individual influences the behavior and attitudes of other people. Unfortunately, not all influence is positive. So, is there a way to ensure the leaders within our organization are setting up our employees with the right tools to succeed? In this episode, Kelly Renz, CEO of inVantage, joins the show to discuss the art and science behind running a business and how to build accountability to achieve results.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3yHFauD
EP 32: Leading a Self-Managing Team with Mike Zani
To grow a business, there’s no way around delegation. If you hold all of the responsibility in your own hands, you can’t scale at a desired rate. In order to grow your business and see the success you are working towards, you need to help your employees play on their strengths and take some responsibility. No one knows this topic better than Mike Zani, CEO at The Predictive Index. Today he joins the show to help us discuss the idea of self-managing teams and how to implement this strategy into your business.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3Cjdu17
Traci makes HR and teambuilding so simple! Thanks for creating a resource that makes this topic so accessible.