Transcript: If you haven’t got a career pathway for your employees then this video is for you. Hi. It’s Jody Johnson with ActionCOACH Team Sage. Today I want to talk with you about employee engagement, career pathways and why it matters to the younger generations that you absolutely, positively have a clearly laid out career ladder and pathway for them. The young millennials, and the generation after them, are very, very interested in learning and advancing their careers as quickly as they possibly can. They’re OK with working hard. Contrary to popular talk, they actually are OK with working hard as long as they know where that effort is going and take them in the long run. So, if you leave them wondering what’s the next
Transcript: If you have employees that seem to be stuck and their productivity is low, listen to this Coffee with Jody because this episode is for you. Hi, this is Jody Johnson with ActionCOACH Team Sage. Today we’re going to talk about what to do when your team is stuck and the productivity is low and you don’t know why. Sometimes, when the team’s productivity is low and they just don’t seem like they’re motivated, or they’re able to move forward with something, and you don’t really know why, it’s because there’s something incomplete for them from the past. Either something happened and they didn’t get to talk about it or they have a concern that is in the background that they haven’t actually been
Transcript: Hi this is Jody. Another episode of Coffee with Jody from ActionCOACH Team Sage and today I’m going to talk with you about the four quadrants of parent child adult and sociopath. If you’re frustrated with your employees coming to you with every little complaint about their colleagues and co-workers this video is for you. Today. I’m going to talk with you about restoring hHealthy employer/employee relationships. Way back when, there was a book on transactional analysis, and it talked about low self-esteem on a scale to high self-esteem, and then low respect for others on a scale to high respect for others. And in that lower quadrant, the low respect for self and the low respect for others is sociopathic. So we don’t
Transcript: Hi. If you’re somebody who’s struggling with how to write the job description, position agreement, or the role that you’re looking to fill in your business then today’s video is for you. I’m going to share with you three things to consider as you get ready to write that job description so that you can fill it with the ideal person for what you need to get done in your business. Let’s get started. Hi this is Jody Johnson with another episode of coffee with Jody. Today I’m going to share with you three things to consider as you go about writing that job description, position agreement, or role that you’re looking to fill in your business. I want to take you all the
Transcript: Hi. I’m often asked why employee engagement is such a hot topic these days, and is it really important? Well if you’re somebody who has a workplace of disengaged employees who won’t collaborate with one another, who keep to themselves and only do what is asked of them, you might be dealing with just this issue. Many businesses are. The average right now is about 16 percent of employees that are actually truly engaged. So where does that leave the rest of us. If that’s you this video is going to cover the three things for you to be aware about employee engagement and why it’s important to you and your business. So let’s get started. Hi this is Jody Johnson and it’s another
Transcript: Lots of business owners I talk to, hire because they have a need, right now, and I need somebody right now to help me with that need. If this sounds like you then let me share with you a way that you can minimize the mis-hire by using profiling in your recruitment process. Today I’m going to talk with you about the three things that you need to include when you go to recruit to make sure that you have an employee profile that’s going to get you the right hire. So the first point that I’d like to share with you today is that many people will hire based on experience and that can be a very misleading thing to hire people on.
Transcript: Today I want to talk with you about giving up your habit of trying to get better at something that you’re not good at. For the last decade of working with business owners and their teams, I often come across people who are trying to get better at what they’re not good at. Now I know, that there’s a lot of talk out in the world about “you can do anything just put your mind to it”. And yes you can gain competency in something that you’re not naturally wired, but, you will never do this. So, Investing a whole lot of time in trying to get better at something, that you’re only ever going to just become competent in, is a huge waste
Transcript: Today you’re going to discover a pathway to get to your creativity. So, when we’re kids we start off being very curious, and very creative. So we’re exploring things, we’re building forts out of cardboard boxes, I mean we’re just in the world exploring and being curious. Then we go to school, and we’re taught to conform. And inside of conforming, we’re taught to build and learn how to have a career and we go and we started our career. And, in our career, we’re taught to work really, really, really, really hard. And then, we get comfortable at that, like we’ve arrived. We have enough capacity and talent to be, you know, comfortable. What happens to successful people often is they become complacent.
Transcript: Today we’re going to discover how can you integrate a culture by design into your company. So first of all, you’ve got your vision, you’ve got your mission, you’ve got your culture, your core values. Are you using it in your onboarding process? Are you using it in your performance reviews? Is it included in your training and development pathways for your team in your career ladders? Are you using it in every communication that goes out from your company, to a vendor, to a client, to a prospect? Every piece of your company, every part of your company, that you can integrate it to, whether it’s business development, operations, customer service, even your I.T., your H.R., and your admin / financial functions. The
Transcript: Welcome! In today’s session of business SUCCESS with Doug Barra, I want to talk to you about Year-End planning. It’s so often that I talk to business owners that are actually sitting at the beginning of December going “I just want to get through the month. I don’t want to think about anything else. I just want to get through the month. I’ve got holidays coming up. I’ve got vacations coming up. I’ve got sales coming up. I just want to get through the month.” However, this is the critical time for you to start the planning for next year, if you haven’t already started it. Now sometimes you might have gotten it done in November rather than wait until December. But, if you