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31 minutes | 7 days ago
10. CCO, Achieve Engagement: Write it down! Improving engagement and performance through redefining manager roles.
Jeff’s guest Jason Lauritsen is a keynote speaker, author, adviser, and leadership trainer. He is known as an employee engagement and workplace culture expert. Jason holds multiple titles including “What’s nEXt?” Webcast Host and Chief Content Officer, Advisory Board Member for the Graduate Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program at Bellevue University, and Founder and Lead Instructor at the Employee Performance Academy. Jason is the author of the books Unlocking High Performance, and Social Gravity. Jason and Jeff discuss the difference between ambiguity and clarity in light of writing down what’s most important, including goals, vision, mission, core values, performance feedback, and strategic plans. Jason shares his thoughts on how to equip human beings to be more productive and effective in their work. They also discuss how effective organizations are reshaping what it means to be a manager in a remote work environment including the importance of teaching managers how to be in relationship with employees. Jason shares how one of the most critical managerial and leadership traits is compassion. View the full transcript here: https://www.goalspan.com/humancapital/episode/11/10-cco-achieve-engagement
37 minutes | 21 days ago
9. President, 3D Group: Dale Rose, Ph.D discusses leveraging 360 feedback for improved leadership
Very few people understand 360-degree feedback better than Dale Rose, PhD. In this episode, Dale shares from his 25 years of experience, research, and success stories to help listeners understand the high strategic value of intentional feedback and coaching. Dale and Jeff discuss how to help leaders understand how they are perceived, create development plans, and ultimately change behavior so it is better aligned with organizational objectives. They discuss the importance of comparing different rater group’s perceptions of a leader, and the importance of numerical ratings in 360s. Jeff and Dale discuss how 360s reveal and solicit rater bias based on respondent perceptions of the leader. They discuss how leaders who don’t engage in 360s run the risk of being unaware of the impact they have on those they work with. Dale shares the benefits and pitfalls of personality testing and how the true success of a leader is defined by how well they influence the people around them.
34 minutes | a month ago
8. President, CEO to CEO: Developing employees to their fullest
Rob Sher talks about being a CEO himself, and shift to consulting directly for other CEOs. Sharing wisdom from his book Mighty Midsized Companies, Rob discusses two “silent growth killers” and talks about why midsized companies are especially vulnerable to these when are not addressed. Jeff and Rob discuss the reasons that leaders delay addressing performance issues or wait too long to let underperformers go. Rob shares what he feels are some commonly misunderstood attributes of CEOs, and what CEOs look for most from the leaders that work for them; proactive people who create plans and see them through to execution. Jeff and Rob talk about how most companies simply do too little to develop their employees and how implementation of relatively simple internal processes can fix this problem. They finish their conversation with a discussion of career pathing and the complexities of transitioning all processes, but especially business development to remote.
39 minutes | 2 months ago
7. President, The Table Group: The 6 Types of Working Genius
Jeff Gibson shares his journey from Electrical Engineer to President of Consulting at the highly respected Table Group, run by best-selling author Patrick Lencioni. Jeff talks about the ideal team player and discusses the effectiveness of Pat’s new powerfully simple model called “The 6-types of working genius.” Both Jeffs discuss how we can help people be more fulfilled at work, and how leaders can get out of the unhealthy rhythm of focusing on the urgent at the expense of the important.
38 minutes | 2 months ago
6. Principal, Catalytic Consulting: Self leadership in organizations with Brian Jaudon
Jeff and Brian discuss incorporating family systems psychology and emotional intelligence into the realm of leadership. Brian shares insightful stories from his coaching work with senior leadership teams, including questions like “What part of ourselves are we leading from? Are we leading from a place of self-leadership which includes openness, curiosity, and compassion, or one of fear or anger?” Jeff and Brian discuss how a lack of self-awareness creates an adaptation of behavior that is not in the best interest of individuals or organizations. Brian shares how healthy leaders start from an unburdened place of curiosity and compassion toward themselves and others.
38 minutes | 3 months ago
5. Chief Marketing Officer, DocuSign: Making the world more agreeable
Rob Giglio, CMO at DocuSign shares his thoughts on how the world of work has changed with the pandemic. Jeff and Rob discuss best practices for calibrating talent by addressing both “how” and “what” is accomplished, and how HR can improve the value they bring the organizations they serve. Rob shares how DocuSign’s core values of being trusted, loved, and responsible translate into behaviors and actions.
36 minutes | 3 months ago
4. VP of HR, Golden State Warriors: The Masks We Wear
Erin Dangerfield, Vice President of Human Resources at the Golden State Warriors talks about what it's like to run People Operations at this successful sports franchise valued over $4.3 billion. In the spirit of Halloween they discuss how to remove the masks people wear at work which lead to low trust and performance. Jeff & Erin chat about turning disruption into growth, the connection between diversity and belonging, and Erin shares what's behind their "TEAM" Core Values of trust, empathy, accountability, and modesty.
35 minutes | 4 months ago
3. CEO, The HR Manager: From Pandemic to Purpose
Edna Nakamoto, CEO of The HR Manager and Jeff Hunt discuss engagement with remote workers, the benefits of blurring the personal/professional line, and the story of her immigrant parents starting a new business and inspiring her to do the same. Edna shares her views on discrimination and how organizations can leverage diversity of thought, philosophies, and perceptions to outperform competitors.
39 minutes | 4 months ago
2. President, Ramar Foods: From School Teacher to President!
Jeff and Susie, President of Ramar Foods, discuss her journey from school teacher to President of a multi-national food Corporation. Susie shares her self-care strategies and how their family-based core values have shaped the company, radically reduced their carbon footprint, and created a safe environment for human conversations about continuous improvement, performance, and race relations.
38 minutes | 5 months ago
1. Managing Partner, Jazz BC: Achieving “Vibe” in your Workplace
Jeff Hunt & Jody Bagno-Dill, CEO of Jazz Business Consulting discuss hosting difficult performance conversations, using virtual reality to combat racism/foster diversity, how to promote clarity, competency, and chemistry to achieve organizational vibe.
2 minutes | 5 months ago
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