You aren’t that important. Yep, I said it.
One of the most common problems when two or more humans get together is poor communication. This is a challenge of leaders on any team that can only be combatted by striving for clarity. Actually, you should strive for radical clarity. Let’s talk through an example.
There are little things you can do to change the attitude of your employees.
I recently completed my certification and am now a licensed coach for The Great Game of Business®! People Centric is excited to partner with The Great Game of Business to offer this service to our clients. We've already implemented parts of the Game with some clients and are excited by the results.
I recently attended the 2019 Gathering of the Games in Dallas, Texas. As a newly certified Great Game of Business Coach, it was my first trip to the Gathering. At the Gathering, I had the pleasure of seeing several business owners who had transformed their businesses by engaging the talent around them. They all told a similar story.
When we talk to management about a toxic employee, management tends to put a lot of attention on that employee. When we talk to the toxic employee, they tend to put a lot of attention on management. This is very natural, very normal, and unfortunately, not very helpful in correcting the situation.
After sorting through hundreds of resumes and searching diligently for multiple months, we are pleased to introduce our newest team member, Bethany Taff.
Words of Affirmation | Gifts | Physical Touch | Quality Time | Acts of Service
Gallup talks about three types of employees: engaged, disengaged, and actively disengaged or, as we would say, toxic. Engaged employees are all in. Disengaged employees show up, do their job, then go home. Toxic employees are actively working against the company.