The Wake Up Eager Workforce Podcast
About This Show
This podcast helps leaders, trainers and consultants, who are focused on employee selection and professional development, build a Wake Up Eager Workforce. You’ll learn everything you need to know about building a high performing team and organization, including: Insightful insider tips and best practices; Access to some of the top leadership resources, tools and processes to help leaders. Updates on talent management best practices; Helpful guidance and specific action steps for building energy, commitment and communication in organizations; Ongoing motivation, encouragement and support for all of your hiring, development and leadership efforts.
Most Recent Episode
Why Employees Fail #28
Five Reasons Why Employees Fail and What To Do About It Overview of Episode #28. The following topics are covered: The power of a person being “in accord with its own nature” on the job Why people fail – two faulty beliefs by hiring managers What is Job Fit and why it matters Five reasons why people fail – Job Fit Car Analogy Actions You Can Take and 17 Interview Questions You Can Use Right Away Timing on Recording: @ --- Topic 1: What Employees Say and Leader's False Beliefs “A happy life is one which is in accord with its own nature.” Seneca What high performing employees say: "My job fits me so well, often work is play." "My work is a natural expression of my talents and personality." "I don't have to pretend to be someone else at work." "My job rewards my most important values and allows me to fulfill my goals in terms of personal growth, achievement, income and stability." "I feel like a duck in a pond." What research tells us about high performing employees. Two beliefs hiring managers have that are false. “Are they going to be happy? Are they going to be productive? Will they want to stay? Will they own their job? Will they contribute their talents generously?” Dr. Robert S. Hartman Developer of the Science Behind TriMetrixHD Timing on Recording: @ --- Topic 2: Job Fit Car Analogy -Five reasons why employees fail - Job Fit Car Analogy: 90% of the time when people fail it's related to one of these areas: UNDER THE HOOD - Pe