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
Listen Aggressively #27
Overview of Episode #27. The following topics are covered: Why you should never tell someone to relax Six Beliefs of someone who’s a great listener Definition and Four Step process Six Negative Listening Habits Quiz A link to a funny video about listening PDF on Negative Listening Habits and Four Stes in Listening Aggressively Contact Suzie at 770-578-6976 or email@example.com Timing on Recording: @ 2:10 --- Topic 1: Avoiding to Acknowledging My story - avoiding Debbie Downer My Definition for Listening Aggressively: A focus on hearing in a determined and energetic way. When you are doing this well, you demonstrate your desire to understand by asking questions and listening with NO agenda other than to understand. Action Steps: Reflect, Probe, Support, Advise. Why You Should Never Tell Someone to Relax Timing on Recording: @ 17:45 --- Topic 2: Beliefs, Mindset and Habits of Great Listeners Gallup Research Tune in Time - 15 minutes a day "I seek to understand others first, before I try to get them to understand my view. THIS is crucial to all relationships and the level of trust and respect we have with each other." "Words alone don’t teach, life experience teaches. What I say needs to be clear, but people need to experience things for themselves to really know, understand and accept." "My example is my strongest message." "My way is not the only way, it’s just 'A' way. I am the Leader but I invite participation, new ideas and new ways of doing what we do." "I try to look at and focus upon the b